Our parking lot is currently under construction but we are open our regular business hours so come on in! Use the North end parking lot entrance just past the Eye Clinic of Texas sign. Pull in at the "Calder Ridge Visitor Parking" sign and pull around to the front of the building to park and call us to be checked in. Please be cautious of the fencing! You may access our doors using the handicap ramp at the front corner of our building. Thank you for your patience!

We are committed to caring for your pet – while maintaining the highest level of safety for our Associates and pet owners. Face coverings/masks are required at all of our U.S. hospitals. We thank you for your continued patience and support. Learn more about our COVID-19 response and guidelines.

Our hospital offers a variety of animal anesthesia services for your pet. The term 'anesthesia' indicates the use of medications to block sensation, typically resulting in unconsciousness. Veterinary anesthesia is used for procedures that require an unconscious animal; such as surgery, certain imaging studies (x-rays, MRI, CT scans) or medical procedures. Anesthesia is induced using a variety of injectable and inhaled medications. Pets undergoing anesthesia are typically pre-medicated with an injectable drug. This pre-medication helps the pet relax so that full anesthesia can be induced more smoothly and safely. Next, the pet receives intravenous medication to cause loss of consciousness. A tube is then placed into the pet's upper airway, and gas anesthesia keeps the pet comfortably anesthetized during the course of the procedure. All pets undergoing anesthesia are carefully monitored before, during and after a procedure by our veterinarians and technicians to ensure the best outcome.
 

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