Anesthesia & Pain Management
WVRC is Committed to Providing the Latest in Anesthesia and Pain Management Techniques
for Your Pet's Comfort and Safety
Dr Jonathan Congdon, DVM, MS, DACVA
Dr. Jonathan Congdon has experience setting protocols for all aspects of small animal and exotic animal anesthesia. His experience and knowledge of all types of anesthetic agents, their use and the latest monitoring techniques allows him to customize the anesthetic protocol to ensure your pet's safety.
Dr. Congdon is available for anesthesia consultations with your primary veterinarian by calling the Wisconsin Veterinary Referral Center.
- Set-up of Anesthesia Protocols
- In-house Anesthesia Consulting Services
- Continuing Education Opportunities for Staff
- Anesthesia consultations with primary veterinarians
- Development of pain management protocols for hospitalized and convalescing patients
- Development of anesthesia protocols to maximize safety of anesthesia in high-risk patients
JONATHAN CONGDON, DVM, MS, DACVA
What does an Anesthesiologist do?
To maximize your pet’s safety under anesthesia or sedation, an Anesthesiologist can customize the type and dose of the anesthesia required when doing a procedure on your pet.
They can carefully administer and monitor your pet’s anesthesia/sedation levels while your pet is undergoing a procedure and ensure a high level of safety under anesthesia.
After a procedure or during times of traumatic injuries, an anesthesiologist can also develop a regimen of pain medications to keep your pet comfortable and pain-free while they are convalescing.