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  alliewillie  |  22

Exactly. And even then they couldn't have promised you "no dog has ever died" during it. Just like us they can have reactions to anesthesia, underlying conditions, etc. No Matter how routine there are ALWAYS risks.

By  Cantabguy  |  0

No dog ever? That's rather a foolish claim for your vet to make, as even the most minor procedures have some risk of death as long as they involve anaesthesia. Even if he was only claiming that no dog he had performed this procedure on had died, it is still not a wise thing to say.
My condolences for your loss.