Have Dr. John Perform an Orthopedic Surgery at Your Clinic

To treat as many pets with orthopedic issues as possible, Dr. John travels to veterinary clinics throughout the GTA and north of the GTA on a weekly basis to perform orthopedic procedures. If you are interested in having our team pay a visit to your clinic to perform a surgery, we invite you to contact Ashley at 519-927-5775.

Our goal is always to provide you with the highest standard of service, and your patient with the most compassionate and professional care we can offer. To help us achieve this goal, we have found that cooperation and preparation can effectively minimize disruption to your practice, and allow our team to work in a more timely, efficient manner.

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Our staff will contact you with the following information the day before the surgery:

  • Confirmation of the day and time of surgery
  • Information about the patient, including their size and species

On the day of surgery:

  • When Dr. John is on his way to your clinic, he will call you and give an estimated time of arrival, and ask to have the patient pre-medicated.
  • Please have a diagnostic radiograph available for our review when we arrive.
  • Please have an intravenous catheter placed and have the patient ready for surgery when the doctor arrives.
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Surgery and Post-Op Information

  • Intravenous antibiotics are recommended intra-operatively.
  • Pre-op, intra-op and post-op analgesia is highly recommended.
  • Please make sure that any and all staff present in surgery follow aseptic technique and wear caps and masks to preserve sterility during the procedure.
  • Bandaging and splinting are generally not necessary, but this may change depending on the nature of the procedure. Post-operative care sheets specific to the procedure will be provided.

As per C.V.O. regulations, your staff is responsible for the induction, preparation and anesthetic monitoring of the patient.

Your staff is responsible for taking a post-operative radiograph. Please make sure that you have the necessary staff available, and that all of your radiographic equipment is on and in working order.

It is highly recommended that your clinic has a veterinarian present in the building in case of complications.