When your pet is spayed, it means that their sexual organs are removed. It’s often done to stop them from breeding or to get them out of heat, both of which can lead to serious behavioral issues in otherwise lovable pets.
Even though spaying a dog is a common procedure, there are some things to look out for post-surgery. Some of these side effects can be harmful to your pet if they go unnoticed, so it’s important to pay attention to the warning signs. Let’s take a look at a few of these potential post-surgery concerns.
When your dog is neutered, the incisions are often closed with the use of stitches. (more…)