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my dog has been spayed

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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
and she seems to be in pain is there anything i can give her?
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
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#1
awww didn't the vet advise you as to painkillers?

maybe you can call them and say you are concerned that she seems to be in pain and see what they say
#2
they didnt give her anything, i will have to give the vets a ring to she what they say.
#3
the vet should give you some painkillers if she needs them but they get over it pretty quick a blanket and a cuddle will helpx
#4
she had it done on friday, ive just given her a pillow to lie on and it has help.
#5
vets dont give pain relief to go home with routinely. if your worried then ring your vet and ask for some metacam (liquid pain relief). they might want to have a check up aswell just to make sure everything is healing well.
#6
All 3 of my dogs have been spayed in the past and I don't remember receiving any painkillers.

They were groggy afterwards and we just made sure they were comfortable, e.g cuddles, soft spot to lay on etc and make sure you don't take the neckbrace off, as he/she will rip the stiches out.

Hope that helps and if your dog seems to be in too much discomfort, then call your vets and ask for some advice. :)
#7
i will do, she jumped up on the sofa yesterday i have been trying to stop her and since then she seems to be sore.
#8
realfriendlyman
All 3 of my dogs have been spayed in the past and I don't remember receiving any painkillers.

They were groggy afterwards and we just made sure they were comfortable, e.g cuddles, soft spot to lay on etc and make sure you don't take the neckbrace off, as he/she will rip the stiches out.

Hope that helps and if your dog seems to be in too much discomfort, then call your vets and ask for some advice. :)


Does spaying not usually mean it's a she? Neutering would be male, I thought...
#9
DragonChris
Does spaying not usually mean it's a she? Neutering would be male, I thought...


castration is male
#10
Hope she recovers quickly, I have been considering getting my Beagle 'done' but am a bit iffy about it as I cannot stand to think of him in pain.
#11
we only had her done as we have our 1st baby due in June. I think she gonna be all right, just attention seeking.:roll::roll:
#12
corriessvk
castration is male


I rarely hear castration being used when talking about neutering pets though.

Spay = Female
Neuter/Castrate = Male

Oui?
#13
DragonChris
I rarely hear castration being used when talking about neutering pets though.

Spay = Female
Neuter/Castrate = Male

Oui?


spay = female
castration = male
neuter = both male & female... basic talk for getting rid of reproductive bits.
#14
corriessvk
spay = female
castration = male
neuter = both male & female... basic talk for getting rid of reproductive bits.


Fair enough :P
#15
DragonChris
Fair enough :P


sorry its just im a veterinary nurse and i like you to know what it really means. :thumbsup: sorry if it seemed i was being rude by correcting you.
#16
How would you like it if your parents had have took you to the doctors to either have your bits sewn up or chopped off?

Poor dogs
#17
peodude
How would you like it if your parents had have took you to the doctors to either have your bits sewn up or chopped off?

Poor dogs


stops them from getting prostate cancer or pyometras (pus in womb) and prevents lots of other problems.
#18
peodude
How would you like it if your parents had have took you to the doctors to either have your bits sewn up or chopped off?

Poor dogs


i had my done because i have a baby due and i dont want her coming into seasons when i have a baby clawling on the floor.
#19
Hey now she can "get it on" with the other doggies... she'll be the bitch of the street! Bless =D
#20
esims84
i had my done because i have a baby due and i dont want her coming into seasons when i have a baby clawling on the floor.


The family of a baby boy who died after being attacked by two pet dogs at his grandmother's home said "they never thought" it could happen to them.

Three month-old Jaden Joseph Mack was mauled by a Jack Russell and a Staffordshire bull terrier.

His family, of Ystrad Mynach near Caerphilly stressed "no matter how much trust you have in your dog, something like this is always possible."


More at http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/wales/7878393.stm

Personally, i wouldn't be risking it at all, the dog would be gone. But if you want to gamble, then fair enough.
#21
coz i do trust my dog i had her as a puppy, and i would NEVER leave a dog and a baby in the same room.
#22
peodude


The family of a baby boy who died after being attacked by two pet dogs at his grandmother's home said "they never thought" it could happen to them.

Three month-old Jaden Joseph Mack was mauled by a Jack Russell and a Staffordshire bull terrier.

His family, of Ystrad Mynach near Caerphilly stressed "no matter how much trust you have in your dog, something like this is always possible."
More at http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/wales/7878393.stm

Personally, i wouldn't be risking it at all, the dog would be gone. But if you want to gamble, then fair enough.


thats why you have animals neutered to prevent aggressive attacks. thats why you should also keep an eye on your kids with pets anyways. so the carers (gparents) are also to blame
#23
peodude
More at http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/wales/7878393.stm

Personally, i wouldn't be risking it at all, the dog would be gone. But if you want to gamble, then fair enough.


didnt this women have the staffie to 'protect ' her from unwanted admirer
#24
Ours wasnt in pain after having it done, but was really clingy to us and wouldnt put her 'baby' down. Didnt want to go for a walk, wouldnt leave her 'baby' to go in the garden etc. Wanted to be around all of us and would cry if she wasnt.

Made us feel really bad, but only lasted a few days and much better for her in the long run
#25
corriessvk
sorry its just im a veterinary nurse and i like you to know what it really means. :thumbsup: sorry if it seemed i was being rude by correcting you.


Not a problem, that was why I was asking in the first place :) To clarify.

Keep up the good work! :thumbsup:
#26
kelly_o_fanatic
Ours wasnt in pain after having it done, but was really clingy to us and wouldnt put her 'baby' down. Didnt want to go for a walk, wouldnt leave her 'baby' to go in the garden etc. Wanted to be around all of us and would cry if she wasnt.

Made us feel really bad, but only lasted a few days and much better for her in the long run


Holly is like tht she is very clingy.
#27
Castration - what you threaten your husband with when he gets in late and drunk
Neutering - what you wish had happened to your mother AND her new bf
Spay - Single of spade.

:-D

Hope Holly is feeling much better now xx

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