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FOURTEEN DAYS!?!? FOURTEEN DAYS!?!? Yes, we know fourteen days is a VERY long time to… keep your puppy or kitten restricted, not give them a bath, check their incision site twice a day, and keep on that Elizabethan collar! We just wanted to let you know that there is method to our madness (and demands).
Here are some photos of what your pet’s incision will look like after his or her neuter or spay surgery.
Some of our patients may experience a mild upset stomach after their spay & neuter surgeries. This occurs for a variety of reasons including stress, anesthesia, or a reaction to their pain medicine. When your pet is experiencing an upset stomach he/she may not feel like eating, but it is extremely important to encourage him/her to eat. You should never let your pet go more than 24 hours without eating. If your pet is refusing to eat or experiencing an upset stomach and vomiting, cease pain medication and follow these simple instructions to tempt them to eat a bland diet to get them back on track. If your pet is not eating and it has been 24 hours, please call us at (310)574-5555 or (562)225-6864 after-hours and/or bring your pet in to see our veterinarian.
There are numerous reasons to spay or neuter your pet. Many include health reasons and your pet being a better companion animal. The earlier you spay/neuter your pet, the better. Younger animals heal quicker and have fewer complications (plus, the surgery is WAY easier on the surgeon too!). The following will break down the benefits for each species and gender. A good thing to remember if you live in Los Angeles: YOU MUST spay and neuter your dog or cat if it is over four months of age – it is the law! Violations are subject to high fines and after the third fine violation, non-compliance is a misdemeanor charge.
Free Spay/Neuter Surgeries At SNP LA
Spay Neuter clinic receives grant funding to provide free surgeries to select pet owners
LOS ANGELES (May 31, 2012)— The Spay Neuter Project of Los Angeles (SNP LA) will provide free spay and neuter surgeries for select pet owners this summer thanks to generous grant funding awarded by Best Friends Animal Society, The Jason Debus Heigl Foundation (JDHF) and PetSmart Charities. The initiative is aimed at lowering animal intake in LA area shelters thus reducing euthanasia in companion animals.
FVRCP is also commonly referred to as the feline combo vaccine. It stands for Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis (or upper respiratory infection), which is usually Herpesvirus 1, along with Calicivirus and Panleukopenia. These viruses can be LIFE THREATENING and your cat can be exposed to them even if it is indoors only. If your cat contracts severe respiratory infection, is could cost thousands of dollars to treat with IV fluids and medications. The possibility of your cat contracting these viruses could be greatly reduced by proper vaccination.
CONGRATULATIONS on your new puppy! Here is some important information for you to know about the new addition to your family.