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Old 11-07-2013, 08:20 PM
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Penny was just recently spayed on 10/10/2013. Prior to this she was sitting down on command, potty trained, and fearless. Since coming home from the whole experience, mostly in the last week, it's like she's forgotten everything she's ever known.

She has been having accidents every day, she isnt sleeping through the night, and she's scared of everything to the point where she won't even walk into my kitchen without hiding under the table.

Penny is extremely spoiled and I am such a pushover when it comes to her. I've been thinking of maybe taking her to some obedience classes? Is this normal behavior after spaying? Maybe just a phase? Or should I start beign really concerned?
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Old 11-07-2013, 10:29 PM
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My girl was done a week ago and she's not changed. I've stuck with the same routines (except for the first 2 days) . All is very well spoilling them but don't let them take liberties!
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Old 11-08-2013, 04:36 PM
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This is NOT a normal reaction to spaying. First of all, I'd take her back to the vet, and make positive sure that everything is OK. If it is, back to toilet training as if she was a puppy. Insist gently that she 'mind' you. If you tell her to sit, and she ignores you, insist that she do so. Don't let her get away with stuff. Good luck with her.
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I'm not sure if its the spaying or if she has developed seperation anxiety. I recently started a second job around the time of the spaying so I'm wondering if this may be the real cause of all the havoc. I hope I get to the bottom of this soon because she chewed a hole in our wall last night!!!!
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Probably a combination of the two things. I would not let this babe out of your sight. When you are unable to watch her, she is in a pen, or some safe small place.
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Please keep us posted good luck.

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