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Anaesthesia, Surgery, Dental or Procedure Admission Form

Please note that all pets admitted to hospital must have up-to-date vaccinations.



2 Princes St (cnr Bannockburn Rd)
Turramurra NSW 2074



Monday-Friday: 7:00am - 7:00pm (with consultations from 7.30am)

Saturday: 7:00am - 4:00pm (with consultations from 7.30am)

Sunday and Public Holidays: 9:00am - 4:00pm

Four Days of Easter: 9:00am - 4:00pm

Anzac Day (25 April): 9:00am - 4:00pm


Plenty of parking is available in the immediate vicinity of the vet hospital in both Princes Street and Bannockburn Road.

    General Details



    Procedure Details

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    Feeding Before Scheduled Procedure

    Please remove food at 9pm the night before the procedure, but allow access to water up until leaving for Turramurra Vet in the morning.

    NOTE: Rabbits and guinea pigs should be fed until admission, and some food brought to the hospital.


    Pre-anaesthetic Blood Work

    Pre-anaesthetic blood work is highly recommended prior to anaesthetising your pet. By testing blood chemistries, we can better evaluate the status of your pet's major organs. The function of the liver and kidneys is especially important because these organs process and rid the body of medications used during anaesthesia. Results of these tests will determine your pet's readiness for surgery. The cost of this important testing is $139.


    Treatment Plan Estimate

    PLEASE NOTE: Estimates include treatment from the time the animal arrives at the hospital until the anticipated day of discharge. However, they DO NOT include the initial visit nor any follow up treatment after leaving the hospital, or any additional hospitalisation charges. The estimate of costs of treatment is based upon the best information currently available, and is not a guarantee of final charges.

    IMPORTANT: Please ensure you are able to be contacted while your pet is in hospital so we can keep you informed of any treatment updates.



    Complications in Anaesthesia and Surgery

    There is a small risk/chance of complications associated with performing any anaesthetic procedure in all species. This can range from wound breakdown or infection, to suture and medication reactions, post anaesthesia complications, or in extremely rare cases, unexplained anaesthetic death. Turramurra Veterinary Hospital uses the most up to date medications and anaesthetic monitoring equipment to minimise any risk to your pet.


    Consent to Perform Veterinary Procedures

    I, being the owner of the above pet, and over the age of eighteen (18) years hereby give my consent for the listed procedures to be performed at Turramurra Veterinary Hospital. I understand the treatment and services to be performed, the nature of which have been described to my satisfaction. I understand that all anaesthetic techniques and surgical procedures involve a managed risk and the attending Veterinary Surgeon has discussed this with me. I understand that payment for the procedure is due in full upon discharge from hospital.

    I give digital consent to Turramurra Veterinary Hospital performing the above procedure on my dog / cat.

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