Posted by julie on November 20, 2006, 5:09 pm, in reply to "Re: Love Connection"
It's hard to tell how they will be feeling. Some are up and ready to walk home in a few hours. Try and get to the clinic early. We take all that show up until the Vets cry "uncle" It's then a pick as they think they should be done". The youngest ones get done first. We do females as young as 8 weeks and males as long as their testicles can be felt. They are up and running around within an hour.
Even though an animal is brought in at 8am it might not get done until 4pm. Some of that has to do to wether the owners can be SURE they have had nothing to eat. If not then they are made to wait as long as possible. Throwing up in recovery is not fun for anybody (humans or pets).
We are grateful for any help we can get. We are flying one of the Vet's sister to help on the technical end of things. This will cost us an unexpected $2500pesos for her ticket. Pesos would realy help.
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