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Veterinary Anesthesia Consultation Service

Veterinary Anesthesia Consultation

You don’t always have time to wait until your next training session organized by the veterinary association and you have a specific need for anesthesia? You have acquired a new monitor and you are not sure you fully understand the data it provides? We have good news for you! We are now offering consultation packages with a veterinary anesthesia specialist who will answer your questions quickly and efficiently.

Dr. Truchetti is at your disposal for various needs:

Veterinary Anesthesia Consultation Service
Dr Truchetti Dispomed Veterinary Anesthesia Consultation Service

Dr. Truchetti Geoffrey


Dr. Truchetti graduated in 2009 in veterinary medicine. He completed a Master’s degree in Clinical Sciences and a Specialized Studies Diploma (residency) in Anesthesiology in 2013, at the Université de Montréal. He graduated from the American College of Veterinary Anesthesia and Analgesia (ACVAA).

He has been a consultant in veterinary anesthesia and analgesia since 2013 with several veterinary clinics, companies, and research groups. He has worked with Dispomed on several projects since 2014. He is also an anesthesiologist at Centre Vétérinaire Rive-Sud, Centre Vétérinaire Laval, and Hôpital Vétérinaire Centre-Ville de Montréal, and works jointly with all of the general practices of the Vet-et-Nous group. Dr. Truchetti is passionate about teaching and anesthesia risk management.

Dr. Truchetti will contact you as soon as possible.

Contact Dr. Truchetti
Anesthesia Consultation

To obtain a consultation or to learn more about the services offered by Dr. Truchetti, please fill in the fields of the Consultation Request Form or email truchetti@dispomed.com.

We always do our best to get back to you within 24 hours of receiving your message on weekdays and within 48 hours on weekends and holidays.

​Veterinary Specialist Articles
by Dr. Truchetti Anesthesia Consultant



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Frequently Asked Questions

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