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spay incontinence?!

Discussion in 'General Health' started by Lexi, Jul 26, 2018.

  1. Lexi

    Lexi Forums Enthusiast

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    Thanks to all for telling me your experience with this issue:smile2:. It calmed me down a lot. If all goes by plan she will be spayed in late october/early november. :(( I fear the operation and hope for the best so no sign of incontinence later in life but if it does come I hope the medicine will help. For her spaying is the best choice so I won't be worried sick when I'm at work and she doesn't need to be crated for the whole 8h..
    Hanne I remember your thread about this and I re-readed if often now. :yes:
     
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  2. Hanne

    Hanne Forums Enthusiast

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    Yes, Lexi what should we have done if we had not found SN with all these helpful members :confused2:
    - thinking I had not dared to get Minnie sprayed :no:
     
  3. The Quahog

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    It's a funny thing. I have a feeling if I went against my best judgement to follow Google's advice and things went bad, it is highly unlikely he would show up in my office and say to my client, 'Oops, OK, that one's on me. '
     
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  4. sable

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    Love my vets and we just get such a kick out of Mr. Google who the vet said he died last year.
    Mr. Google sure can get it wrong at times. Glad to read you Dr. Mac.
     
  5. Gypsy0211

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    I had my girl spayed at six months, way back in 2002. She just passed at 15.7 in November, and honestly, only had incontinence issues the last five to six months of her life--and I honestly blame that on age. (No tumors in the bladder or anything like that.) It was dribbling and it stressed her out beyond belief, but we did manage to control it with medication.
     
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  6. Lexi

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    Sory for your loss:cry:. I lost mine this month but only 5 years old. It is hard.

    Thanks for telling your experience. I hope all will go all right with the spay of my girl. Or in the worst case that we can control it with medicine.
     

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