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She'll be fine.

Depending on what time your vet carries out the procedure she will undoubtedly still be feeling the affects of the anesthetic, which can make them twitch, tremble and whimper. Just keep her as quiet as you can and your vet may suggest a light meal.
If she wants to go to the toilet, take her on the lead as she may be a bit wobbly.

You may well have a wet mattress tomorrow morning - be warned and put a rubber sheet on top if you have one. They can't help it. When one of my bitches was spayed 3.1/2 years ago she had an almighty pee on my bed.

The incision differs from vet to vet and also depends on whether it's a traditional spay or keyhole procedure, so can be anything from about 1" to 7".

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