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How to use Dr. Lynch's Services

GETTING STARTED 

 

  • Step 1: Your veterinarian has performed a complete physical exam and series of diagnostics on your pet, with the conclusion that your pet has a condition that would benefit from surgery and has no pre-existing health conditions precluding anesthesia/surgery.  

  • Step 2: Your veterinarian has referred you to this website, so that you can better understand your pet’s diagnosis and what their potential surgery recovery process entails, at your own speed.  

  • Step 3: After you have reviewed all the educational resources on this website, you should notify your veterinarian so that they can schedule a phone consultation and/or surgery for you and your pet with Dr. Lynch.  

 

IMPORTANT

  • It is your job to follow every instruction detailed in the resources on this website, so that your pet has the best possible outcome and avoids complications.  

  • These resources are not meant to replace your pets in-hospital recheck evaluations or tailored discharge instructions issued by your veterinarian.  

  • Your pet may behave differently during their post-operative period, and some patients may even exhibit aggression during episodes of discomfort. It is advised to always prioritize safety, especially with children, when interacting with your pet during their healing process.  

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