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zelda went in for her spaying this morning. I wasn't able to drop her off because I had an early morning class but my bf took her. He said they just took her in the back and that was that. Poor thing had no idea what was about to happen to her. I can just picture her prancing around the office. She has a cute little walk to her where it makes me absolutely sure she's singing some sort of song in her head. He's supposed to get a call from them after her surgery and we get to pick her up tomorrow. I'll post updates here.

I have a feeling she will need a cone because she likes to lick herself anyways and act like a cat
 

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Chloe didn't need a cone, as I was home for the 10 days after her surgery, but she didn't licked it at all (and she loves licking herself too) - so there's still hope for pretty Zelda.

I'm sure she will be fine. Beagles kisses to her when she comes home
 

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Aw, poor Zelda and Buzz! But it's for the best, and they'll be super sleepy, then get lots of snuggling and treats after the surgery. Gentle cuddles for all.
 

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Sometimes the ones that we think will need cones really surprise us. One of our Bridge dogs, Ruby, was a zany girl. I really worried when she was spayed, but she was very careful about jumping around and didn't lick at all. Go figure!
 

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I'm thinking of Zelda and Buzz...poor kids they have no idea, but as ; but as someone said it is for the best. Although I don't know if you can convince Casie of that. He's been pretty good about not licking, but then he was pretty bouncy the next day.

Hope yours are both the same.

Cathy J
 

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Just got back from getting Zelda... She cried and gave us kisses as soon as she saw us. But she is doing totally fine. Just sleeping beside me right now. I think she might need the cone... she's already licked it once, but we're keeping an eye on that.

Also, she is rather gassy.........lol
 

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Glad to hear her spaying went well.
 

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I agree with Judy, get the cone if you have any hesitations at all. We didn't with Cassie, so when Phoebe was a kitten and the vet said we shouldn't need it, we didn't use one. Within an hour after bringing her home the day after surgery, Phoebe had the stitches out. Needless to say, we headed to the ER vet and ended up spending more on the restitch than we did for the spay! Silly kitty.
 
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