Dolly had her surgery

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Dolly had her surgery

Postby APBT<3er » Thu Jun 09, 2011 5:49 pm

And shes still high as a kite. She seems to be ok. But shes being extremely vocal and I can't tell if its because shes actually in pain, or because shes high and the anaesthetic is wearing off. At first it was funny, now its frustrating because I can't help her and its so pitiful. :skurrd: someone kill me, please.

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Re: Dolly had her surgery

Postby starrlamia » Thu Jun 09, 2011 7:03 pm

aww poor dolly!! glad it went well though, speedy recovery!

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Re: Dolly had her surgery

Postby heartbullies » Thu Jun 09, 2011 7:05 pm

My dog is really vocal in odd crooning/whale ways after anesthesia. I suspect now that he isn't a youngster it takes him longer to process the anesthetic, too.

Puppies after S/N clinic are usually sleepy or screaming to get out of their cages. The adults tend to make ghoulish sad noises.

Minimize her stimulation-- if there is a quiet dark yet familiar and nonstressful place for her to settle down in, I would do that.

Hope her surgery went well!!

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