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|05-25-2007, 07:14 PM||#1|
Join Date: May 2007
Location: hermitage, tn
hi, I just had my doggy diamonds spayed on tuesday of this week(5-22). I was told by the vet not to allow her to jump and be very active( she is a very active pet almost to the point that she is hyper) I can not stop her from running up and down the stairs or from jumping on the bed( I even purchase those doggy stairs. I didn't think I had to train her to climb on them, but I do, she will get to the top stair and look up on the bed, it's quite funny) I am afraid that she will strain herself or do something else that will cause her not to heal correctly. any advice on how to calm her or even to stop her from jumping on the bed. Or have anyone had their pet spayed and they went through something simular. any comment will be welcomed. thanks
|05-25-2007, 08:14 PM||#2|
Donating YT 4000 Club Member
Join Date: Mar 2007
I just had my little guy neutered on tuesday and its been impossible to keep him still.
When I got Laney spayed 3 yrs ago I had a hard time keeping her still as well. I tried to carry her up and down the steps but she wouldnt have any of that. Really the first few days are the most crucial as far as keeping them still goes. Just keep an eye out on the stitches and make sure she hasn't torn any and nothing is swollen or inflammed.
I've been crating slade to try to keep him somewhat still.
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|05-25-2007, 11:32 PM||#3|
YT 3000 Club Member
Join Date: Dec 2006
The most important thing is that her activity doesn't cause infection or injury to her stitches...Hopefully, she'll know when she's getting too worked up, and she'll know not to hurt herself...good luck!
Anna and Wobie