Cesarean Section with or without Ovariohysterectomy
A cesarean (C-section) is a surgical procedure in which unborn puppies are surgically removed from the mother dog’s uterus. It is performed when an animal is having problems while delivering the newborns and is typically an emergency surgery. For certain breeds prone to difficult births, such as English bulldogs, a cesarean may be planned.
Sometimes, the dog can also be spayed following the surgical removal of the puppies. This prevents future pregnancies and eliminates the risk of future cesarean surgeries.
How much does a Cesarean Section with or without Ovariohysterectomy cost?
The all inclusive fee is $1,700.00
- Intake Physical Examination
- Pre-Anesthetic Bloodwork: CBC, full chemistry panel, clotting profile when indicated
- I.V. Catheter
- I.V. Fluids
- Pre-Anesthetic analgesia drugs
- Preoperative imaging (radiographs)
- Anesthesia induction drugs tailored to the individual patient
- Anesthesia Maintenance on isoflurane
- Anesthesia monitoring by: EKG, CO2 end tidal, O2 saturation, Blood pressure, body temperature
- Cesarean Section Surgery +/- Ovariohysterectomy
- Post-surgical recovery monitoring
- Post-surgical therapy laser treatment
- Hospitalization as required
- Take home medications
- Recheck appointments