That in order to exert the correct pressure with those bars the dog must be still therefor needing the relaxed state. I am suprised you have not been in there and seen one. The vet who I was going to use would have allowed me to be, actually I probably would not go to a vet that wouldnt let me in there, for anything...haha..that way I can learn by seeing and questioning what is going on and why things are done etc...Unfortunately she dosen't have digital which is a bummer so I have not used her, she was trying to get a digital in the next year or so.
I am well aware there are many types of anesthesia and relaxing drugs....these all hold risks, regardless of how good the vet is....If I must use them I will, other wise its not worth it to me to put my dog at risk for something that can be done without it.
done but I do see all the x-rays that were taken and all of them have a sequential number. All dogs that have a P/H must be under anesthesia - no exceptions. Also, P/H looks for the 'edges of the... more
I have never point blank asked, and since he does surgeries on the day of P/H, he is never quite sure when he fits the P/H in. I shall ask someday as I would love to see the process. Typically, no... more
as it helps better to understand what they are doing..for me it would for sure. Most of mine are Wallace, I have several of my older girls are OFA'd. About 3/4 of mine were done with no anesthesia... more