C-Section TimeAt Lahontan Valley Veterinary Clinic, we offer patient forms online so you can complete them in the convenience of your own home or office. Fax us your printed and completed forms or you may bring them during your visit.

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Client Information Sheet – Download & Print Form

Standard Consent Form (Canine) – Download & Print Form

Standard Consent Form (Feline) – Download & Print Form

Animal Boarding Form – Download & Print Form

Additional Information

Pre-Anesthetic Panel
We offer Pre-Anesthetic Blood Testing prior to administering any anesthetic drugs. One of our doctors or licensed veterinary technicians will examine your pet prior to surgery; however, some medical conditions such as early renal (kidney) or hepatic (liver) disease, early diabetes, anemia’s, etc. might be present but undetected with a physical exam. This test includes a Chemistry Panel, Electrolyte Panel and a Complete Blood Count. If you would like to speak directly with one of our doctors or licensed veterinary technicians regarding the importance of screening please ask the veterinary assistant doing your check-in to get one of them for you.

Heartworm Testing
We offer Heartworm Testing also. Heartworms are spread by mosquitoes and can have a serious effect on pets (mainly heart problems). Until this year we have not seen a problem in this area. We have now started seeing some pets testing positive in a few areas of Churchill County. Even if your pet does not leave his/her yard, your neighbor’s may. We are recommending testing for all of our patients. Testing would rule out your pet’s possibility of exposure and infection. If they test negative (which we hope!), we recommend treating your pet with a preventative product that would keep them from getting infected. If you decide to wait on starting preventative treatment, you have 1 month before re-testing would be required. If your pet is under 6 months of age, you can start preventative treatment without initial testing, but your pet will need to be tested prior to the next refill of medication. If you have any questions, we can have one of our doctors or licensed veterinary technicians help you make a decision to test and/or treat with a monthly preventative medication.