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1/22/2020 12:12:56 PM
Posted: 10/8/2007 10:11:52 AM EST
Here I am on Arfcom, waiting til 3 so we can call to see if our dog is ready for us to pick up. We took her in today to have her fixed, and we're a little worried about her. She's only 8 pounds, and her 12 pound brother didn't react well to the anesthetic when we had him fixed...

Link Posted: 10/8/2007 10:43:19 AM EST
I once took a male pit bull to get him denutted. He used to love to ride in the back of the truck or up in the front seat with his head out the window.
After I took him to the vet and had him cut, he was really groggy for several days.
He got back to semi-normal in a week or so.
But I never could get him into the truck again......
Link Posted: 10/8/2007 10:43:26 AM EST
How would you react if they sent you out to get fixed?
Link Posted: 10/8/2007 11:06:20 AM EST
Our two mutts are half pomeranian, half chihuahua. Here is her brother, from the same litter. They look nothing alike. Go figure. Groucho was really groggy for a week or two as well, and would have nightmares. He'd also snap at whoever/whatever woke him up.

Link Posted: 10/8/2007 1:40:37 PM EST
[Last Edit: 10/8/2007 1:44:11 PM EST by DoubleARon]
Here's Gabs...after a really bad day.





Link Posted: 10/8/2007 2:54:21 PM EST
Link Posted: 10/8/2007 3:07:33 PM EST
dog porn.

I've only had one pet neutered, and big blue cat, fucker went crazy and turned vicious after it was done, one minute he'd be playful like a kitten, then next moment trying to rip something to shreads, never had a pet done again;


I got a basset hound that's a chick left at my house 7 years ago, she had him cut because he kept pissing in the house, and the vet said that would stop him from being territorial and make him live longer,

but that didn't work, the only thing that kept him from pissing on the rug was to not let him in the house,

the living longer worked though, the fuckers bout at the end of his trip now, he's 15 or 16 and won't hardly eat anymore, even putting bacon grease on his kible won't make him eat, plus he stinks bad and I'm starting to give serious concideration to putting him down, hate too though,

so if this is what fixing them does, then I'd rather not have it done to them.
Link Posted: 10/8/2007 3:12:09 PM EST
Well.....she's so small, that we can't really risk her getting pregnant. Her little body probably couldn't handle it. She's starting to come around though, she can follow people walking with her head now, but she's still not about to go chase squirrels.
Link Posted: 10/8/2007 5:14:19 PM EST
Dudley, that male pit I got denutted, would chase squirrels and birds every chance he got after being cut. He just didn't chase female dogs, which was the problem to begin with.
The reason I got him cut was he tried to hang himself on his chain going over the fence to get next to a bitch in heat.
A year or so after I had him cut, he disappeared one day out of the back yard.
We never did find out what happened to him.
I know a dog catcher didn't get him. You'd have to have a muzzle on him and tranquilized before he would go anywhere near a truck of any kind.
Since then, I'd only have a female dog.
The last one I had was Katy, a female pit we had cut at 1 yo. She was the best dog I ever had. We had her for 14 wonderful years. She was one great dog.
Link Posted: 10/9/2007 11:40:51 PM EST
my pom is only 5lbs.she made it just fine.she was a bit wobbley for a while.
Link Posted: 10/10/2007 4:07:48 PM EST
Ours are half pom, half chihuahua. She's doing alot better, she finally ate today, and went outside to pee. She's also begging for food and licking people's ears again. That's a good sign.
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