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I brought Jasmine and Jessica in on Friday to spayed
. Everything went really well except for Jasmine having an ear infection in her left ear so we are doing the vinegar and water thing plus I was given drops for it which should heal it in about a week. I am so glad its finally over and done with and happy that I waited and brought them in together. The vet was really good too(wasnt my regular vet ,I would have had to wait another month to get them in to see her). Their teeth were really bad from not being on a good diet from their previous homes, I thought for sure they would have needed extractions but it was just really bad tartar build up and are now really clean and no more tartar. They slept when I brought them home that day and all day Saturday and are back to their perky selves today. Anyways just thought I would share -_-
 

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Thanks everyone
. Has anyone elses dog had a problem with bowel movements after their spaying? Jessy my malt. hasn't poo'ed since I picked her up after her spaying on Friday. What kind of people foods can I give her to get her going, she isn't big on carrots. She is on Nutro right now but doesn't seem to be eating much of that.
 

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Originally posted by pak3tz@Aug 1 2005, 09:48 AM
Thanks  everyone
. Has anyone elses dog had a problem with bowel movements after their spaying?  Jessy my malt. hasn't poo'ed since I picked her up after her spaying on Friday. What kind of  people foods can I give her to get her going, she isn't big on carrots. She is on Nutro right now but doesn't seem to be eating much of that.
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Lexi had the same problem. It hurt the first couple of times she tried so she just held it. My vet had me give her some canned pumpking (make sure it is 100% pumpkin) for a few days. Also I would take her for short walks. That seemed to help speed things up.
 

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Originally posted by pak3tz@Jul 31 2005, 08:46 PM
I brought Jasmine and Jessica in on Friday to spayed 
.  Everything went really well except for Jasmine having an ear infection in her left ear so we are doing the vinegar and water thing plus I was given drops for it which should heal it in about a week.  I am so glad its finally over and done with and happy that I waited and brought them in together.  The vet was really good too(wasnt my regular vet ,I would have had to wait another month to get them in to see her). Their teeth were really bad from not being on a good diet from their previous homes, I thought for sure they would have needed extractions but it was just really bad tartar build up and are now really clean and no more tartar.  They slept when I brought them home that day and all day Saturday and are back to their perky selves today.  Anyways just thought I would share -_-

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Glad to hear everyone is well
 

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Hi, I had Sassy and Sadie spayed at the same time. Sassy rebounded with no problems. Poor Sadie seemed more uncomfortable, she was the one who tried to bother the stitches AND she was constipated. I used the canned pumpkin (no sugar added) and it worked like a charm. I gave her a spoonful 2 times a day and that did the trick. Luckily, she loved the pumpkin. I keep it on hand now, just in case.
 

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I made the girls a pot of homemade chicken soup with veggies and the next morning she was back to normal. Both are doing good and I can take their stitches out in another 5 days. I'm glad I got them both done together and very glad its over and done with
 
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