Vet to Vet ServicesDr. Loudon2020-09-24T22:59:13-04:00
Vet-to-Vet Services (for Veterinarians)
Help your patients receive the highest level of care possible with my vet-to-vet services. Keep them in your hospital where it is familiar to them and where your clients are comfortable. Avoid sending your sick patients to large referral centers that may be intimidating and expensive to your clients.
As an emergency veterinarian of 16+ years with extensive experience in soft tissue surgery, you, the veterinarian, can avoid transporting your patients by having me come to your practice to perform surgery. This service includes a consultation with you, communication with the owner, and a complete summary of the procedure.
Simple Surgeries…$500 Examples of simple surgeries include enucleation, toe amputation, small mass removal, etc.
Complex Surgeries…$800 Examples of complex surgeries include splenectomy, GDV, enterotomy, cystotomy, etc.
Instead of transferring your patients to another hospital, I will come to your hospital to perform emergency procedures. Prices include consultation, patient exam, emergency procedure and follow-up phone consultation.
Emergency Procedures…$350 Emergency procedures include central line catheterization, thoracocentesis, pericardiocentesis, chest tube placement, female urinary catheterization, esophageal feeding tube, etc.
I am available for phone or in-person consultations on critical cases. I can discuss the case with you at length and provide a treatment plan both on the phone and in an emailed document. Prices include any follow-up calls.
In-Person Consultation…$375 Includes hospital visit, patient exam, record review, treatment plan and follow-up phone conversations.
This service saves you from losing your patients to referral centers, keeps your patients from having to travel in critical condition, and allows you to provide the best patient care at an affordable cost to your clients.
Modified Home Euthanasia During Covid-19
I have devised a modified euthanasia protocol in order to keep us safe while still allowing your pet to have a peaceful and fear free transition.
For dogs, if it is a nice day I would prefer to be outside in your yard. You will hand me your dogs leash, both of us wearing masks and I will administer an injection for sedation and hand the leash back to you. You can sit with your pet while he/she falls asleep. You will then move 6 ft away while I administer the final injection. If we must be inside then you must have a room I can enter while remaining 6 ft away. Enclosed porches, mud room, garage would be good options. I would proceed as outlined above except I will leave while the sedative is taking effect. I want to continue to be here for you all during this stressful and uncertain time.