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Old 04-11-2017, 01:40 PM
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Spay Infection?

This is my first time having a dog who was spayed and the rescue we got her from gave us very little info on how to care for this. She had the surgery 6 days ago and it has been hard to keep her calm. Thank you for all your help. She is eating fine, tons of energy. I just don't want to mess it up.
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Each vet closes in a slightly different manner, but it doesn't look like the glued or stitched ones I've seen and it's a little red.

If you are worried head to the vet you intend to work with and get an opinion.
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Absolutely call your vet. Has she been licking it? Does it seem to bother her? These are questions your Vet may ask.

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Old 04-12-2017, 09:53 PM
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It looks like glue. That's similar to how Arya looked when we got her. The rescue advised us to take our dog to the vet to finish vaccines and follow-ups. The vet also checked her incision to ensure it was healing appropriately. Rescues tend to do the bare minimum so really you should take her in regardless.
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