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Old 12-01-2012, 02:25 AM
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The first night and day after are the hardest. When Stella got spayed, she whimpered and whined and shook like a leaf... I felt horrible and totally helpless.

It does pass though. Just keep her calm and quiet and stay with her. My girl really did not want to be left alone at first. I slept next to her that night and neither of us seemed to get much sleep - she was whining and shaking so much.

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I have had my pug and my fox terrier spayed , 6 years apart in age, neither of them wined or cried, they moved about slowly, by the next day there were almost acting normal. I wonder if a stitch has been tied to tight or a piece is too long and sticking her. Hope she is better by tomorrow.
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The first night and day after are the hardest. When Stella got spayed, she whimpered and whined and shook like a leaf... I felt horrible and totally helpless.

It does pass though. Just keep her calm and quiet and stay with her. My girl really did not want to be left alone at first. I slept next to her that night and neither of us seemed to get much sleep - she was whining and shaking so much.

Hang in there!
She won't leave my boyfriend's lap! Usually she's by me 24/7 but she wont leave him alone. He's sitting on the floor propped up against a wall with her sleeping in his lap... Which is good because she was doing the same thing as Stella- crying, shaking, whining... I don't think either of us will be sleeping tonight, but at least she is.
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I am sending healing vibes her way! I'm not sure if this has been said. It may not be ALL pain.. Yes some of the crying is BUT.. the anesthetic makes them feel "off" .. dizzy and confused and just all in all "not right" it could be from that as well. My bet, she will be better tomorrow when it wears off! If not, call your vet for peace of mind.
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Recovery from a spay can be painful, however, remember that our little chis can be very vocal as well. Continue giving her the pain medication, make sure she stays hydrated and doesn't have a fever, and I'm sure things will start to look better by tomorrow.
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You guys aren't even going to believe this- but she is acting like nothing happened! She's pretty much 95% better. Still being careful with her of course, but I don't think she even realizes anything happened yesterday.

Now, the gross question- how do we clean the poop from yesterday off her butt=/? I know she can't have a bath for at least a couple of weeks....
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You guys aren't even going to believe this- but she is acting like nothing happened! She's pretty much 95% better. Still being careful with her of course, but I don't think she even realizes anything happened yesterday.

Now, the gross question- how do we clean the poop from yesterday off her butt=/? I know she can't have a bath for at least a couple of weeks....
Facial wipes, that you get to wash makeup off your face, everystore has them different types , most of them you do not need to rinse with water, they will get her nice and fresh and smelling good. Very glad she is much better.
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