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  1. Prairie Dog Discussion
    Greetings, All! Does anyone know of a PD Vet experienced with neuter/spay in Florida? Appreciate the help! Thanks!
  2. Rabbit Discussion
    I have a 4 year old female rabbit that is not litter trained and not spayed. I’m planning on spaying her in January. My question it do you think it would just be easiest to wait to try to litter train her (again) until after she’s spayed? I know it’s hard to train an unsprayed rabbit. So I just...
  3. Cats
    Hi everyone, I am taking my cat Cecilia on the 17th to be spayed. She wandered into my house this past summer so I'm not sure how old she is, but the vet said she is about one to two years old. She was pregnant when I found her (or she found me).. Anyways, one of the papers they sent me home...
  4. Prairie Dog Discussion
    My girl and boy are getting fixed this week and I was wondering if there was anything I should know on helping them recover at home or things I shouldn't do. I will ask the vet questions of course, but I would like to hear from PD parents on what they did or would've done differently, or any...
  5. Mouse & Rat Discussion
    The time has come...but I keep hearing about an " e-spay." What is that?
  6. General Animal Discussion
    Ok I know this sounds like a funny question but seriously. I know for hysterectomies and castrated animals, a simple scan can be done to prove that the animal has been spayed/neutered. However it has come to my attention that people are getting more into leaving their animals natural the look...
  7. Rabbit Discussion
    Our little lop bunny "Noodle" went under the knife yesterday to get spayed. We were definitely apprehensive about the whole ordeal. Our local vet clinic was very supportive and caring. They communicated with us very well and showed good concern about everything. We got a call during the...
  8. Dogs
    My puppy (6mo. shepherd mix, we think) was spayed two days ago and displayed no signs of pain after coming home. She was and still is eating and drinking normally. Her incision site does not look red or swollen but there is a small amount of discharge. It looks like the skin layer was closed...
  9. Cats
    Hey Guys! So my bf and I picked out the kitty we want! We bring her home from getting her spayed TOMORROW so pics will be up soon :) I just had a couple bringing-home questions. I have noticed that the kitty is quite nervous and timid sometimes at the shelter, a couple of times trying to hide...
  10. Mouse & Rat Discussion
    I have four rats: Gwen, an 18 month old hooded; Leeloo, an 18 month old blue; Shea, a nine month old Himalayan; and Elphaba, a nine month old Himalayan/caramel mix. My big worry with having all females is mammary tumors. I have heard that spaying your female rats will help prevent mammary...
  11. Dogs
    OK, this is gross, but I'm a little worried. I have a female pit about 7 months old who we have had for a little over two months now. She got spayed last week and she has a soft bump around the incision. She is playing and happy as always, but I'm worried about possible infection...no other...
  12. General Animal Discussion
    I have rescued 3 pets:stooges: from family who could not care for them and while I am capable of keeping them in food, shelter, and other low cost needs I cannot immediately come up with, at the very least, $300 to get them all spayed and vaccinated. Yes, I have looked at pet insurance but the...
  13. Cats
    Why Fix your Cat Why should I fix my cat? Why should I take away their ‘manhood’? Ummm… simple for a smart minded owner, there’s already hundreds and hundreds of cats that are homeless and many of those will be put to sleep because irresponsible ‘owner’ won’t get their cats fixed and let...
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