Almost every pet will need general anesthesia at some point in their life. With today’s excellent pre-anesthesia physical examinations, modern anesthetic drugs and protocols, advanced monitoring and prompt recovery, pet anesthesia has never been safer. Read this article by Robert D. Keegan, DVM.
Dr. Keegan is a board certified veterinary anesthesiologist. Didn’t know those existed in veterinary medicine? Well they sure do, as well as a host of other specialties. Dr. Keegan is an
Associate Professor with the Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences at Washington State University. Click the link below to read Dr. Keegan’s article.