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Old 01-17-2019, 08:33 PM
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Does this spay incision look okay?

Our very bouncy goldendoodle was spayed on Monday. She can't seem to stop being her energetic self and I'm worried about her incision. Does this look okay?
https://photos.app.goo.gl/9f3dfULEsa9dHa499
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Old 01-18-2019, 09:53 AM
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Our very bouncy goldendoodle was spayed on Monday. She can't seem to stop being her energetic self and I'm worried about her incision. Does this look okay?
https://photos.app.goo.gl/9f3dfULEsa9dHa499
i dont know.. looks like the side to the right is opening? or is that just skin? my dog was stitched on the inside and then glued so it looks very different. have you asked your vet yet?
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Hi Dkliem. I've reviewed the picture and have a few questions.
Firstly. Has your Dog been licking the wound? Is she wearing a cone on her head? Licking the wound can aggravate it and potentially cause infection.
If she is running around and being herself, that's great. However the excessive movement may cause the wound to split.
The wound itself looks healthy and appears to be healing well. Please make sure to not get the area wet.
Did your VET prescribe any antiseptic wound cleaning medications?
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Hi Dkliem. I've reviewed the picture and have a few questions.
Firstly. Has your Dog been licking the wound? Is she wearing a cone on her head? Licking the wound can aggravate it and potentially cause infection.
If she is running around and being herself, that's great. However the excessive movement may cause the wound to split.
The wound itself looks healthy and appears to be healing well. Please make sure to not get the area wet.
Did your VET prescribe any antiseptic wound cleaning medications?
I was thinking the same thing when I saw the picture, "getting at the sutures" a dab a surgical glue, possibly, can close the small opening. I have know idea what the 'black spot' is? Dirt? Scab? The area around the incision looks fine.
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