2019

Signs of an Emergency During Canine Hip Surgery

If you have a large dog breed such as a Saint Bernard, Newfoundland, Great Pyrenees, or Great Dane, then you may know that it may be prone to a debilitating condition known as hip dysplasia. While this condition can affect all sizes of dogs, it is more common in large breeds. Surgery is often an effective option, however, canine hip surgery can be risky for the animal. Fortunately, veterinary anesthesia systems can deliver the precise amount of anesthesia so that the risk for anesthesia-related complicates decrease, however, they can still arise during the procedure.