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    Something tells me I won't be Chester's favorite person for a little while. Just dropped him off at the Vets to be neutered, milk teeth removed, microchipped & anal sacs emptied.

    Think I am going to have to do a lot of crawling over the next couple of days to win him back round!

    Any tips on what I can do to make the next couple of days more comfortable for him?
    Kelly, Mum to Chester

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    You will be surprised on what a quick recovery he will have and he won't hold it against you that he had his little surgery. Just stay home and give him lots of love.
    Charleen and Cav's: Pippin (ruby male), Merry (b&t female), Luke (blenheim male) & Jolly (tri male puppy)

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    Awww, poor little man, he's being attacked from all angles isn't he. I bet he won't blame you for any of it, and he'll be back in full swing before you know it.
    ~ Sam, Sonny & Beau ~

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    Just heard from the Vets and all went well & he is having a little sleep.

    She has put him on antibiotics for a couple of days because his milk teeth were very embedded and he bled a little. Poor little thing.

    She said he got a little anxious but that's to be expected with what he's had done.

    Can pick him up after 3pm, I can't wait.
    Kelly, Mum to Chester

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    Poor little fella. Ask for pain killers, you'd be surprised some vets don't give them.
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    I'm glad to hear it all went well. Dittoing on Pauline's suggestion about pain killers. They can make the difference between a comfortable night or not.
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    Kelly, I'm delighted to hear things went well. I echo what everybody else said about the pain killers.
    Tanya, Mark and Cleo (Blen Girl Born 5th May 2006)

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    Have had dogs have lots of teeth out, be given soft dinner and turn round to snatch hard biscuit from someone else. Dogs are tougher than us humans.
    Barbara, Monty, Joly and Teddy.

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