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    Thread: Lap Spay Day

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      Lap Spay Day

      Today is the day -she's 17 months old on June 26th. I'll post some pics later of her - I'm hoping she has very little pain and an easy recovery with a lap spay.
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      Sending good thoughts your way.

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      Sending good vibes to Daisy. Hoping all goes smoothly.

      Now this is different way to spay? Not so invasive? Sounds a lot better way to go.

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      Sending good thoughts for the best results: no pain, no fear, no sweat and fast healing
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      Mojo for miss daisy! Hoping for a speedy recovery for that beautiful lady!
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      Good luck today!!!!

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      Quote Originally Posted by ZRabbits View Post
      Sending good vibes to Daisy. Hoping all goes smoothly. Now this is different way to spay? Not so invasive? Sounds a lot better way to go. KAZ
      Yes it's less invasive -2 small incisions- and since they use lasers it's less pain and faster recovery.

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      Hoping for a speedy recovery for Daisy! It is awesome that you are having it done laproscopically. Maggie will be spayed the same way when it is time, I am so happy this is being offered now.

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      My heart dropped when I had to leave her there. Vet tech said the doc may suggest that she stay overnight and my jaw dropped. I told her everyone I talked to said they go home the same day. She said , oh yes, but we just do a good job keeping then quiet especially if you have other pets. I told her I don't and that I can crate her.

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      Quote Originally Posted by WhoopsaDaisy View Post
      My heart dropped when I had to leave her there. Vet tech said the doc may suggest that she stay overnight and my jaw dropped. I told her everyone I talked to said they go home the same day. She said , oh yes, but we just do a good job keeping then quiet especially if you have other pets. I told her I don't and that I can crate her.
      I was looking into this at our vet, and I found out that no one stays with them overnight! I would ask your vet. Hoping Daisy gets to go home

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