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slick has an infected uterus

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I just knew something was going on with her. Vet gave her a new shot, an antibiotic that lasts for two weeks. No need to medicate her at home. She is going in on Monday to be spayed. I am so relieved. Now maybe I can concentrate on housework today! One thing off my mind. Its a good thing the babies are old enough to be apart for the day.
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Oh I am sorry! here are some good that she feels better real soon!
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Yipes! Not good! for Slick!!!!
post #4 of 7
Oh no! I hope she gets to feeling better.
post #5 of 7
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today. She is acting happier, talking to her babies, looking out the window at the birds, purring. That shot she got is a wonder drug. I am sure she is on the mend and on Monday we'll permanently put an end any further repro problems. Thanks for the vibes and support.
post #6 of 7
Good you were on your watch, and got help before things went real nasty!


this is a lesson. Coming with advices is good, but the owner must still use her own watchfullness and gut instinct.
post #7 of 7
My Meeko had that and everything worked out well in the end.
The vet gave her Clavamox then she had surgery 4 days later.
It was pyometra.
She had the open kind where the pus was coming out of her with a pinkish discharge.
Good Luck Monday.
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