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My poor girl doggie Zoie needs healing vibes

post #1 of 15
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She got spayed today and her does not feel to good
I think she needs a morphine drip or something She's alert but not feeling to hunky dorey, has not eaten yet but she is not the best of eaters anyway, it's been so long sence I have had a Female dog spayed.She's a Daddy's girl thank goodness he's home tonight, I am sure she'll be ok but as a Mother you never stop worring about them
post #2 of 15
aww, look at that face..
post #3 of 15
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Originally Posted by Fonzi
aww, look at that face..


Oh no she know's how to use that face, those eyes, bassett hounds are capable of sucking ya in with that sad face And right now she's got me and Dad sucked in bigtime, but she doesn't feel to good at all.
post #4 of 15
Awww, what a sweet face!!!
Sending lots of healing and feel better vibes her way.
post #5 of 15
Did you say she was spayed today and is home already? If so, you may be seeing her in the "stupified" stage they are in when they're usually at the clinic recuperating. Shame on the vet for sending her home the same day (if that's the case).....that does nothing but make you worry because she's not acting "right". I took one of mine home the same day of their surgery...ONCE...never again. They act so different and unless you know what to expect, it can really freak you out to see them the way they are right after surgery! I've seen it a million times and even I freak out when it's my own animal! Well, anyway, sending healing vibes her way and your way too, to get through the nervous stuff!
post #6 of 15
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She actually isn't really acting dopey at all, she is pretty alert, but you know that the hounds are sad looking anyway so it doesn't help when you know they aren't feeling all that grand, she's such a good dog also, and she's a very sweet girl, and she has never (knock on wood been sick) don't think I'd be feeling to grand either though.
post #7 of 15
They have such a thing as a device that you can plug into the wall, that sends out some sort of pheromone or something, that can help. Here's the link that sells it,

http://www.petcarerx.com/affiliate_p...uct%5Fid=12009

Mine should be in the Mail tomarrow...I've heard nothing but wonderful things about this product. They have it in pet stores sometimes, I'd call around to the local pet stores to see if they have any. I found that the pet stores may have it but at a much higher price than you can get on the net. I dont know why that is...but they get away with it because people love it. I found there to be a 10-20 dollar higher difference in prices at the pet stores than on the net.
post #8 of 15
Awww my goodness! What a cutie poochie!

Good vibes to your baby - spays are horrible for female dogs, I hope she recovers soon!
post #9 of 15
Awwww you could get lost in those gorgeous eyes. Sending lots of healing and feel better vibes her way and a big hug.

Jennie. XXX
post #10 of 15
oh my goodness! she is adorable!

Hopes she feels better soon =)
post #11 of 15
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Originally Posted by menagerie mama
Did you say she was spayed today and is home already? If so, you may be seeing her in the "stupified" stage they are in when they're usually at the clinic recuperating. Shame on the vet for sending her home the same day (if that's the case).....that does nothing but make you worry because she's not acting "right". I took one of mine home the same day of their surgery...ONCE...never again. They act so different and unless you know what to expect, it can really freak you out to see them the way they are right after surgery! I've seen it a million times and even I freak out when it's my own animal! Well, anyway, sending healing vibes her way and your way too, to get through the nervous stuff!
Ruby came home the same day of her spay. We love our vet, when Rubes came out into the waiting room she was just like she normally is - bounding around, being a dill, just the usual. The vet was watching her and said, `Yes, she seems to be DEEPLY psychologically scarred by the whole ordeal' and then, `The first thing that woke up was her tail'. LOL! You'd never have thought she'd had a spay - everyone told me they're not nice at all for female dogs but man, Ruby was only slightly less nutty than usual, and that was only for half an hour!!
post #12 of 15
Sending many get well soon vibes!
post #13 of 15
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Well Zoie slept good and is still sleeping, so hopefully she will want to eat this morning, she is a very picky eater for a hound doggie, and she doesn't even like treats, I guess she likes that girlie figure I'll wait till her Daddy gets up and see if she seems happier,
post #14 of 15
Awww poor doggers! I hope she feels better soon!
post #15 of 15
sending lots of healing vibes to Zoie
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