It's a common concern: pet owners love their pet and have concerns when they hear the words, "Your pet will be under anesthesia for this procedure." Here is an informative article on, not only how we prepare for your pet, but things that you can do ahead of time to prepare for this time for your pet: http://www.vetmed.wsu.edu/ClientED/anesthesia.aspx
The Glencoe Veterinary Clinic’s office manager, Trudy Lickfelt, will be leaving the clinic for a new job with MWI Animal Health. Trudy has been a valuable employee since 2000. She began working at the Glencoe Veterinary Clinic a veterinary assistant. Her dedication and enthusiasm moved her through the clinic as a receptionist, inventory manager, then ultimately as the office manager. We wish her the best in her new endeavor, and would like to invite our clients to a send-off open house on Friday, October 2 at the Glencoe Veterinary Clinic from 11:00 am – 2:00 pm.
Concerned that your cat may be carrying an additional and unhealthy couple of pounds? There are some easy ways to not only help shed those unwanted pounds, but spend some quality time with your cat in the meantime!