Side Effects of Anesthesia in Dogs

Anesthesia comes from the Greek meaning “lack of sensation”. Just like us, our dogs may also need anesthesia as part of a procedure or surgery.   They need this when they are spayed or neutered, or when they need dental cleaning to suppress their nerve response.  After the procedure, you need to know the side effects of anesthesia in dogs. Which ones are normal, and which ones are not?   We talk about what you should expect during the anesthetic event of your dog, its side effects and risks, and how to maximize your dog’s recovery after receiving anesthesia.    What to Expect

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