Our surgical suite has advanced patient warming equipment as well as an ECG, blood pressure monitoring, pulse oximetry, and temperature monitoring to ensure that your pet is safe while under anesthesia.
Our x-ray machine allows us to take high quality digital x-rays quickly, which can then be sent to specialists for interpretation when needed. We also have an ultrasound machine, which we can use for pregnancy evaluation, as well as evaluation of the heart, liver, spleen, kidneys, and bladder.
Porcupine season is here! Learn about why sedation for removal of quills is recommended, how to remove quills if you're stuck on your own, and a bonus cute video of a porcupine eating a cob of corn :-)
Taya the Boxer puppy had multiple problems with her mouth that could affect her long term health and comfort.
Spay and neuter surgeries are the most common surgical procedures we perform at Alpine Veterinary Medical Centre. This post is about what happens to your pet after you drop them off for their surgery.
This is Flower, a very sweet little mouse who had a tumor that we removed surgically. Mice are especially challenging surgical patients due to their small size.