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Old 02-06-2013, 03:18 PM
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Oh, Melissa, I am so relieved with you that all went well, and you will have Milo home soon to pamper and fuss over!
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Just posted in your other thread! Congrats on getting through. You and Mylo are troopers. Luckily you have some time now to recover until you have to get Willow spayed, lol.


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Just posted in your other thread! Congrats on getting through. You and Mylo are troopers. Luckily you have some time now to recover until you have to get Willow spayed, lol.


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Thanks I know! I'm starting to wonder whether I should reconsider getting Willow spayed. It's hard to know given that there is so much info out there for and against. She's so small that I worry about getting her done even more. We never had any of our dogs spayed when I was growing up so I don't really know much about it.
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My little Bonnie was barely 3 pounds at 7 months when she was spayed. She did fine.
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Old 02-10-2013, 12:19 PM
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None of my females are spayed. And they won't be unless something happens and I have no other choice. I did a lot of research, and decided against it. Chance is neutered for 2 reasons. One, he was cryptorchid. Two, my females would never survive having pups. But they rarely ever go into heat. My Vet agrees with my decision.

After the complications that Chance had with his neuter, I would never want to go back through that. :/
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Old 02-10-2013, 01:16 PM
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Sorry to hear that Chance had complications. I think I'll do lots of research when the time comes, ask for some opinions on here and then decide. I'm leaning towards not having her spayed at the moment but I haven't done nearly enough research yet.
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Lola was 2.5 pounds when she was spayed. She was coming from a shelter in Arkansas so there was no choice. She did fine with the surgery. I can understand your fears they are so small and delicate. I am not sure how old willow is but they guessed lola was 18 months so there is no rush. Although I personally would not want to deal with a female in heat unless it is very dangerous to have the surgery. Is the issue because they are so small and light. I was in a class with someone who had a Pom the vet would not neuter until he reached 9 pounds. I have known plenty of people who have spayed and neutered animals under 5 pounds.
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