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    Default Willow's spay complete!

    We dropped Willow off at the vet this morning to get her spay done - it was so hard to leave her there, and I was so worried about her. But the vet call just two hours later to say Willow was resting comfortably after a successful operation!

    Now we just have to wait till the end of the day to pick her up. Poor little thing - I just want her to be all better now!

    Krista
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    sure she'll be fine & so pleased to see u later on today..... bet she was spoilt rotten & slept most of the time at the vets anyway. I'm getting lily spayed beginning of feb to..

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    Glad to hear Willow is doing well. They really recover so quickly, it's remarkable. Mia was ready to zip around the house the next day--little stinker.
    Denise, Wrigley (Golden-5 Yrs.) and
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    good luck getting her home and comfy, she will heal fast.

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    Glad everything worked out fine. You'll be amazed at how quickly she recovers.
    Cathy
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    That's great to hear! You must be so relieved.

    I'll be getting Coco spayed very soon too. Good to hear positive experiences!

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    Maggie was great after the spaying, but about 3 days later suture line became red and started oozing. Vet said she was allergic the internal sutures and we had to use antibiotics and warm compresses on abscess. Just a reminder to keep an eye on incision. Everything turned out fine after treatment. Now no worries about crazy male dogs in the neighborhood.
    Diane

    Mom to Maggie Mae 2 year old Cav & Cuddles the Cat and CoCo her sister, at the bridge

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    Thanks for the reminder - we have been looking at the incision every day, to make sure it still looks like it's healing. So far, so good! The hardest part now is NOT playing with Willow - she's gotten all her spunk back, and is rearing to go. We're having a hard time keeping her laid back!

    Krista
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    Glad to hear she's doing well!
    Cathy Moon
    India(tri-F) Geordie(blen-M)Chocolate(b&t-F)Charlie(at the bridge)

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