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PostSubject: Post-neutering aggression??   Post-neutering aggression?? EmptyWed Mar 13, 2013 8:30 pm

Hello Everyone!

So Cash was neutered yesterday (he's 5 months old). He did great, slept a bit after he came home and with a little whining, slept all night. Today was another story, he didn't sleep much (after having pain medicine that also has a light sedative), then tonight he was out of control and almost aggressive. Is this just from the lack of exercise and running you think? From the surgery? I know it might be early to jump to conclusions or panic but my baby was not like that before.....he was playing but SO so rough and biting harder.

He's sleeping now.... any ideas about good things to do with him to keep him not running and jumping? We tried a few short walks but that didn't seem to do much.

thank you!
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PostSubject: Re: Post-neutering aggression??   Post-neutering aggression?? EmptyWed Mar 13, 2013 11:56 pm

What medication was he prescribed? Sometimes the pain/sedatives can have unpredictable results with different patients. Thats we're I would start at least if it's out of character. Sometimes being in a chaotic setting then coming home to normal can freak them out too.
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Azurebluedolphin
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PostSubject: Re: Post-neutering aggression??   Post-neutering aggression?? EmptyThu Mar 14, 2013 8:30 pm

Tramadol-I really think its making him more aggressive. He's been trying to bite more, out of play but rougher, as well as wanting to jump more. I think the pill is making him wired, which I did read insomnia can be a side effect even though its supposed to make them more tired. He was hyper enough without it-but was getting better prior to the neuter. So I'm stopping the medicine because its as needed. Anyone else have this happen?
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PostSubject: Re: Post-neutering aggression??   Post-neutering aggression?? EmptyThu Mar 14, 2013 9:06 pm

My chihuahua was on Tramadol when she tore her ACL and she turned snappy/aggressive. She even tried snapping at the vet one time and she never did that before. We weren't sure if it was from the medication or because of the aches and pains she was in. Good luck with Cash, he sure is cute Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Post-neutering aggression??   Post-neutering aggression?? EmptyThu Mar 14, 2013 9:12 pm

Thanks! It freaks me out because he's jumping and biting when he plays now and I don't want to be afraid of him-I can't have a dog I fear. He NEVER did this before his neuter. I'm praying its the medicine.
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PostSubject: Re: Post-neutering aggression??   Post-neutering aggression?? EmptySat Mar 16, 2013 6:42 pm

How's Cash doing post-Tramadol?
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PostSubject: Re: Post-neutering aggression??   Post-neutering aggression?? EmptySat Mar 16, 2013 9:24 pm

SO much better!! Thank you for asking! My crazy puppy is back!
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