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 Getting Neutered Tmw..What to expect?

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Female Join date : 2014-11-06
Location : Southern California

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PostSubject: Getting Neutered Tmw..What to expect?   Getting Neutered Tmw..What to expect? EmptyThu Nov 06, 2014 5:33 pm

Hi all,

My 6 month old male is scheduled to be neutered tomorrow AM and I'm a nervous wreck! He's in daycare right now and doing incredibly well but in order to continue in group play, he must be neutered after 6mo.
Luckily I have tomorrow evening and the weekend to be with him, but I'm nervous as to what to expect come monday when Dad and I are back at work.
Any tips on post-op care for neutering males will help greatly! I would like to help him heal as quickly as possible so he can go back to day care, he absolutely loves it and would eat me out of a house and home if he couldn't go.
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Male Join date : 2013-02-05
Location : seattle, wa

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PostSubject: Re: Getting Neutered Tmw..What to expect?   Getting Neutered Tmw..What to expect? EmptyThu Nov 06, 2014 5:58 pm

well at the very least you're probably going to have to skip day care for a while because the way they act at daycare is precisely what you don't want them to do post surgery.

for the most part it's not a very invasive surgery and the majority of dogs recover with no problems whatsoever but they do need to take it easy on the running and jumping for a few days.
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