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    Unhappy Update - post spay

    Bella was spayed today (she is 25 weeks old tommorow).

    I took her in and was crying through her admission.

    The vet called around 2 and said she was doing really well.

    We went at picked her up about 6pm tonight.

    Since then she has had a little walk around, walked into the chairs (I blame the collar) and stretched (ouch!). I've now confined her to her sleeping quarters for the night and she is crying a bit.

    What a day - if only they gave me something to knock me out for all the drama.

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    Ah..I felt the same when mine were in,hope she,and you are feeling better soon.
    Gus(blenhiem) Pippin(tri) DJ(ruby)

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    aww i hope Bella feels better soon!
    Kristy & Chuck Married since May 15, 2004!
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    Carly (Blenheim) Born 11/22/12! R.I.P. Chloe (Blenheim) 4/24/08~3/9/2009!

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    I hope she will be feeling better in the morning. Give her lots of TLC.
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    Warm thoughts and hugs from here. Bella will be fine very soon, even though they seem so small and vulnerable after a sedation and operation

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    This is why I tell my vet to use propoflo and isoflorine -- the puppers aren't nearly as drugged afterward and they don't get nauseous -- mine eat the night of the surgery. I told my vet to never use acepromazine, it crosses the blood/brain barrier.

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