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The time has come, Nancy is off to be neutered today. She is currently roaming the house voicing her fury at the lack of breakfast as loudly as possible.

I wonder if the decent thing to do would be to take her in with a few sets of earplugs for the staff :D.
 

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I know! Although the thought of her trying to get under the duvet cover tonight with a buster collar on does make me chuckle, I know I shouldn't but still ;).
 

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Can't believe she's that age already.

Yes, the fasting is definitely the worst part. Will she definitely need a collar? Mine didn't get one and didn't really touch the wound....just the odd lick.
 

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Can't believe she's that age already.

Yes, the fasting is definitely the worst part. Will she definitely need a collar? Mine didn't get one and didn't really touch the wound....just the odd lick.
That's good to know, it would make things easier if she doesn't need one.
 

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Good luck Nancy :)

Molly didn't need a collar, so you might be lucky! Nancy could still use it to her advantage though .... she wont have a collar, but will still want to come to bed!! You will be so worried about knocking her stitches, you will end up on the sofa!! :D
 

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Good luck Nancy!
Gosh that came around quickly :eek:

Molly didn't have a collar either, I was so relieved. She never bothered with her wound either :)

Let us know how she gets on and hugs to you x
 

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Hope everything went ok. Just a word of caution re the collar, Bernie got his off somehow and licked the wound until the glue broke down, he ended up with a big piece of suture poking out! It was absolutely fine of course, but rather alarming at the time! My girls were all fine with theirs. Of course, Bernard being a boy, he just had to make a big fuss about it!
 

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She's back! Everything went well - no buster collar and she has definately made some new friends at the vets :D.

I thought she might be a little subdued but she is racing around like nobody's business now after spending the first half an hour perched on my shoulder berating me for deserting her :rolleyes:.

Thanks for the lovely replies peeps x
 
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