What To Expect When Your Pet Has Surgery

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The first time your companion animal has to undergo surgery is always difficult because it's unknown territory. Your four-legged companion has to go under anesthesia and understandably, you're worried. We know the drill, unfortunately, but we can give some advice. Below is a picture of Lola recovering from surgery that saved her life. This was a long, painful recovery during which we weren't sure if Lola was going to survive. 

Lola recovering from surgery

Monique, who has spent almost thirty years working with animals and is owner of a four vet animal hospital, gives us a good overview of what to expect.