I was so scared to take Mia in to be spayed. I had her appointment scheduled since last month and as the day grew closer I started thinking maybe I shouldn't spay her. What if something goes wrong? Well I did end up spaying her and they use glue instead of stitches.I so glad I don't have to take her back. The hardest part is the next day. She slept with me and she wanted to be held. She hates the plastic hood. So I'm keeping it off and watching her. She sleeping alot and not eating that much. I haven't had much sleep. Everytime she moves the hood would hit me and wake me up. I just can't wait till she's back to normal. Good thing I took this week off to watch her.
Just to add to what a rough day I'm having. I have a beagle thats epiletic. She hasn't had a seizure for 3 months. Well as soon as my husband goes to work she's outside and I'm calling her to come in. Mia is following me around bumping into everything with the hood on her head. I find Ginger (beagle) laying between the fruit trees having a seizure. So I run to where she is and I"m petting her and letting her know I'm there. Mia makes it out to where we are and sits on the wet grass that's covering her body. All you see is the hood. I telling her to go inside . I don't want her to get an infection. I can't wait till my husband gets home tonight. It'll be his turn to babysit.
Yes, They're both fine. They just sit on top of me all day when they're not feeling well. . It's hard to do anything, because they are both following me from room to room. Hopefully tomorrow will be a better day.