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  1. Surgery day + 1 day

    by , 1st February 2012 at 07:14 PM (The rear end rescue blog - an anal gland surgery diary)
    Warning today it is a very long post with explicit photographs below!

    Homecoming today! We had prepared for a few days with dogs without bladder and intestine control:
    I and the dogs move to the spare bedroom for the first days; if accidents happen only one small bed has to be cleaned.
    • Next to the bed I have placed two of their baskets/cradles, if they feel more comfortable there during the night.
    • Lots of clean towels and soft cloths to clean them if accidents
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  2. Zoey Puppy Album

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  3. Miss Julie and Zoey

    Quote Originally Posted by MissJulieLuvsZoey View Post
    One week ago I adopted Zoey from a rescue group. Zoey is our first CKCS. I am joining the forum so maybe I can find answers when I have questions without having to Google research. And get recommendations from objective owners about food, vitamins, etc.
    Zoey is around 11 to 12 weeks old. Julie
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  4. Miss Julie and Zoey

    Quote Originally Posted by MissJulieLuvsZoey View Post
    Thank you for the welcomes! I had a delay here in getting back to the board. I have put up a Zoey Album in my profile. Zoey is doing good and weighs 5.3 pounds now.
    Zoey and her brother were put up as rescue from a breeder because of the "soft Knees". I don't know what kind of breeder she came from. My vet has checked her out and her knees are doing really good. In fact, he has seen them improve so much from her "carpet time" that he sees no long term effects.
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  5. Surgery day (!)

    by , 31st January 2012 at 08:03 PM (The rear end rescue blog - an anal gland surgery diary)
    It went well!
    After a quiet night where the hardest thing was to resist their begging after breakfast, we were at the vet at 8.10 a.m. They love going there, so they headed straight for the door, when we were there. No matter how many pains they go through there, they have always loved to go the vet, no matter who it is.
    He listened to their hearts and gave them methadone for relaxing. Before the surgery they had blood tests done, a normal procedure at that hospital. You can choose ...
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