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My poor Dog UPDATE

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Took my dog the vet yesterday to be castrated, he came home sore and not very happy. Overnight he has messed about with his stitches and has pulled one out. I am now having to take him back the vets… Read More
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suspended8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
Took my dog the vet yesterday to be castrated, he came home sore and not very happy. Overnight he has messed about with his stitches and has pulled one out. I am now having to take him back the vets to be restitched, so he is going it be even more unhappy.

Think I am going to have to give him something nice for his tea.
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suspended8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
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#1
Aww lol :)
Give him lots of attention, and give him a nice treat, and a new toy maybe ? :)
#2
You may need to buy one of those plastic collar rthings to stop him pulling his stitches again. :)
#3
bless i think he might need one of them silly collars
#4
I doubt that his girlfriend will be very happy either!
You might consider buying her a 'toy' too
Y:whistling:

Just kidding, get well soon

Bill
#5
kidcat
You may need to buy one of those plastic collar rthings to stop him pulling his stitches again. :)


+1 Get a lampshade on him.

I wouldn't be too happy after having my nuts lobbed off.
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kidcat
You may need to buy one of those plastic collar rthings to stop him pulling his stitches again. :)


ttwcd
bless i think he might need one of them silly collars


DragonChris
+1 Get a lampshade on him.

I wouldn't be too happy after having my nuts lobbed off.


I am going to ask the vets for one, they said yesterday as it was only a couple of stitches he wouldnt need one, but i have spent all night trying to stop him messing with them.
#7
two years ago my cat did the same thing but hers was after four days vet said she didnt need restiching
good luck with the vets
banned#8
Does seem odd that a pet lover would want to mutilate their pet in this way. I'm sure it's better in some ways, but it does seem cruel to me.
#9
I took my dog to the vet for its annual check-up. The vet picked him up, looked at him, then said "I'm afraid I'm going to have to put him down". "Why's that?" I asked. The vet replied "Because he's heavy!"

Boom! Boom!:-D
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ttwcd
two years ago my cat did the same thing but hers was after four days vet said she didnt need restiching
good luck with the vets


Just phoned them and have to take him in at 2pm, its the dogs trust where we had him from and there vets only work from 2-4 pm
suspended#11
FilthAndFurry
Does seem odd that a pet lover would want to mutilate their pet in this way. I'm sure it's better in some ways, but it does seem cruel to me.


Not my choice im afraid, he is a dogs trust dog, and its there policy that all dogs have it done when rehomed
#12
just thinking will they have to put him under again to stitch him, he might be lucky and not have to be restiched if its only one stitch ill keep fingers crossed for him bless
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ttwcd
just thinking will they have to put him under again to stitch him, he might be lucky and not have to be restiched if its only one stitch ill keep fingers crossed for him bless


they have said he will need restitching, as its an open wound poor thing
#14
nessynoo01
Not my choice im afraid, he is a dogs trust dog, and its there policy that all dogs have it done when rehomed


i think its a good idea the dogs and cats are done there are so many unwanted dogs and cats out there
your dog was lucky to be given another chance to join a family lots of them are destroyed because no one wants them so sad
i have two dogs, two cats, one parrot, fish in pond and 1 chinchilla both cats have been done one dogs to old 14 and other one just a year and thinking about getting him done
suspended#15
Well I have just got back from the vets and they didnt need to restitch, they used a staple gun and stapled it back together lol
#16
Your dog is called Update? :p
banned#17
nessynoo01
Not my choice im afraid, he is a dogs trust dog, and its there policy that all dogs have it done when rehomed


not the response they where looking for, they where hoping for the bite, so well done :thumbsup:
#18
nessynoo01
Well I have just got back from the vets and they didnt need to restitch, they used a staple gun and stapled it back together lol


bless hope his feeling better :thumbsup:
#19
Both my dogs are castrated and seemed quite poorly and fed up just after. What surprised me though was that within a couple of days they were back to their usual selves.
Sure he'll feel much better soon. xx
suspended#20
sassie
not the response they where looking for, they where hoping for the bite, so well done :thumbsup:


I dont usually bite anway but thanx

ttwcd
bless hope his feeling better :thumbsup:


Susannah
Both my dogs are castrated and seemed quite poorly and fed up just after. What surprised me though was that within a couple of days they were back to their usual selves.
Sure he'll feel much better soon. xx


Thanx both, he is feeling very sorry for himself, and he doesnt like his lampshade lol, wont move in it:roll:
#21
I know someone who got a dog from a shelter place,and the dog ( she ) had her op so no puppies,before he could have her at home,it was a long process getting her as he go get her walked and stuff,it took a mth or so before she was his.
#22
Oh and hope he's ok now,they should put 1 of the cone things on in 1st place.
banned#23
cis_groupie
I took my dog to the vet for its annual check-up. The vet picked him up, looked at him, then said "I'm afraid I'm going to have to put him down". "Why's that?" I asked. The vet replied "Because he's heavy!"

Boom! Boom!:-D


loll muppet :thumbsup:
suspended#24
Mum2Connor&Cerys
I know someone who got a dog from a shelter place,and the dog ( she ) had her op so no puppies,before he could have her at home,it was a long process getting her as he go get her walked and stuff,it took a mth or so before she was his.


they usually do the op before u can take them home, but ours had been in there for 3 months with kennel cough, so thought it would be better to bring him home and get him better as they cannot put them under when they have kennel cough.

And yes we asked for a collar but was told he wouldnt need one
#25
FilthAndFurry
Does seem odd that a pet lover would want to mutilate their pet in this way. I'm sure it's better in some ways, but it does seem cruel to me.


I'm assuming the dog is being castrated so he can't produce any babies which will also need homes found for them.
#26
Susannah
Both my dogs are castrated and seemed quite poorly and fed up just after. What surprised me though was that within a couple of days they were back to their usual selves.
Sure he'll feel much better soon. xx


Reminds me of my hubby after his vasectomy :whistling:
#27
ClarityofMind
Reminds me of my hubby after his vasectomy :whistling:


did he pull his stitches out lol
#28
ttwcd
did he pull his stitches out lol


no, but he'd sit on the sofa wincing and cupping them in his hand... I shoulda offered him a lampshade lol
banned#29
yeah stick him on the for sale forum :thumbsup:
suspended#30
ClarityofMind
I'm assuming the dog is being castrated so he can't produce any babies which will also need homes found for them.


Very true, when u rehome a dog from the Dogs trust they castrate them all as not to have more dogs to rehome
#31
nessynoo01
Very true, when u rehome a dog from the Dogs trust they castrate them all as not to have more dogs to rehome


seems intelligent.

if they have too many animals to home they have too much of a drain on their resources and they can't save every dog in the country.

unfortunately many animals are put down if they cant be rehomed. ( not by Dogs Trust but by other similar organisations ) so it makes sense to prevent the birth of too many rather than have to destroy them later on. Destroying an animal is a very sad way to go especially when it is perfectly healthy.
#32
My two were from the RSPCA and were both neutered before we could take them home, Monty (male) was a right mardy and felt very sorry for himself, whereas Bitsey ( female) took it all in her stride!

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