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Hospitalization

At CardioVet Veterinary Clinic, we understand that hospitalization can be a stressful experience for both pets and their owners. That's why we strive to provide a comfortable and nurturing environment for hospitalized cats and dogs, ensuring their well-being and recovery are our top priorities. Our dedicated team of veterinarians and veterinary nurses are highly trained in caring for hospitalized patients, offering round-the-clock monitoring, personalized treatment plans, and compassionate attention to meet each pet's unique needs. Whether your pet requires intensive care, post-operative monitoring, or treatment for a medical condition, you can trust in our expertise and commitment to providing the highest standard of care. We prioritize open communication with pet owners, keeping you informed and involved in your pet's treatment every step of the way. Rest assured that your beloved companion is in capable hands at CardioVet Veterinary Clinic, where their health and comfort are paramount.

Hospitalization at CardioVet Veterinary Clinic

FAQs

Why might my cat or dog need to be hospitalized?

  • Hospitalization may be necessary for various reasons, including severe illness, injury, surgery, diagnostic testing, treatment of chronic conditions, and supportive care for critical patients.

What happens during the hospitalization process?

  • Upon admission, your pet will receive a thorough evaluation by our veterinary team, including diagnostic tests as needed. Based on their condition, they will receive appropriate medical treatment, monitoring, pain management, and supportive care throughout their stay.

Will my pet be comfortable while hospitalized?

  • Yes, we strive to ensure the comfort and well-being of all hospitalized pets. Our facilities are designed to provide a calm and stress-free environment, and our staff is trained to provide gentle handling and comfort measures to keep your pet as comfortable as possible.

How often will my pet be monitored while hospitalized?

  • Pets are monitored regularly throughout their hospitalization, with the frequency of monitoring depending on their condition and medical needs. Critical patients may receive continuous monitoring, while stable patients are checked at regular intervals by our veterinary team.

Can I visit my pet while they are hospitalized?

  • Yes, we encourage visitation during designated hours to help reassure both pets and their owners. However, it's essential to coordinate visits with our staff to ensure they occur at appropriate times and do not disrupt your pet's treatment or recovery.

How long will my pet need to stay hospitalized?

  • The duration of hospitalization varies depending on the nature and severity of your pet's condition. Some pets may require only a short stay for observation or minor treatments, while others may need more extended periods for intensive care or recovery from surgery.

Will I receive updates on my pet's condition while they are hospitalized?

  • Yes, our veterinary team will keep you informed about your pet's progress and any changes in their condition. We believe in open communication and encourage you to reach out with any questions or concerns you may have during your pet's hospitalization.

What happens when my pet is ready to be discharged from the hospital?

  • When your pet is ready to be discharged, our veterinary team will provide you with detailed instructions for at-home care, including medication administration, activity restrictions, dietary recommendations, and follow-up appointments. We will also discuss any ongoing treatment or monitoring needed to support your pet's continued recovery.

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