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Enzo was neutered yesterday

Hello Everyone, We were in Miami for the holidays but we are back now, and Enzo was neutered yesterday. He had the laser kind, and what surprised me what that i dropped him off at 8 and he was done before three. He slept for a few hours yesterday, and ever since then he has been crazy. Wanting to run around and jump and play. He eats normally, and i gave him a pain pill but i dont even think he needed it. Is this normal? He has a onsie on but he still goes crazy with that on. And he and bailey roll on each other play fighting. Do i just have to put him in a crate for now? Thanks Everyone!

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Tillie is getting spayed today.. tis the season, huh?
I have yet to get a onesie, what size is Enzo wearing? I dropped her off at 8 and will pick her up around 4pm, and it is a conventional spay... I hope I can keep her "down" to rest for a few days... crazy puppies! LOL
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My boys both bounced back right away. Do your best to try to keep him calm. I know how hard that is to do. The surgery is much easier on the boys than the girls.


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Glad Enzo is feeling so good! Augie seemed perfectly normal the first night, a little subdued the following day. Yes, kind of hard to keep them down. Though the onesie definitely helped to keep Augie's activity down a bit. If Enzo gets too rambunctious, you might have to keep him in an ex-pen or block off a small area for a couple of days? Or what were your vet's instructions?

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Yogi bounced right back the first night it was hard to keep him calm. He had Laser.

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Thank you so much for the responses! He is healing quickly and he is happy and wanting to play all the time, its just so hard to keep him from running and jumping, oh well!

~Brooke, Nick, Bailey, and Enzo
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Thank you so much for the responses! He is healing quickly and he is happy and wanting to play all the time, its just so hard to keep him from running and jumping, oh well!
Good news he's doing well, I love good news.


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Eli took his neuter pretty hard and it took him over 3 days to recover. I'm not really sure why he had such a difficult recovery but I could tell he was in pain and needed the pain meds in the evening. One thing that I believe hurt his recovery is that I limited his movement per the doctor's orders. I think that put him in funk. Once I let him out of the house and allowed him to stretch his legs and run he seemed to perk right up. Go figure. I think if Enzo is allowed to play and go about his routine as per usual he will be happier and thus recover faster.

Also hope Tillie recovers really soon!
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Ninja's getting neutered tomorrow morning and I am SO SO nervous. I hope he bounces back as quickly as Enzo. My family is worried he won't be the same and they would rather me not go through with the surgery but it must be done. I hope Tillie and Enzo recover soon
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thanks. ya, Tillie is trying... poor thing, I can tell she WANTS to run/jump up/etc, but the second she tries it she stops. I can tell it hurts. although she hasn't whined or whimpered or anything, she is peacefully chewing on a bone on my lap right now. The hard part is the kids, they don't fully understand why she isn't herself. I've told them it's just like when they get the flu or something, it takes awhile before they are "back to normal" they worry that our Tillie is "gone" ... now, my next worry... the MATTS that are being formed by the minute under her onesie... sigh... that will have to wait a few days till she is feeling better and can tolerate being brushed...
I'm sure Ninja will do great! Lucky BOYS! LOL
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