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Old 02-06-2013, 11:29 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Sophie's 6 months old today! Time goes by so fast. She's definitely starting her day off spoiled. She hates eating with the cone on, so she'll only eat if I hand feed her. One. Kibble. At a time. Oh the joy when you have meds that require a full meal to take. Later on the schedule is lots of cuddles for my big girl and a much needed bath
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Old 02-06-2013, 11:31 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Why is she on meds??? And why the cone???
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Hey cutie, you and Gucci are the same age! Happy 6 months!
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Happy 6 months, little Sophie! Hope the cone comes off soon.
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Why is she on meds??? And why the cone???
She had a reaction to her internal stitches and got an infection she has the cone on to keep her from messing with it and she's on antibiotics and the gave her some light pain meds because they had to open up the infected area a little bit to drain it out. It already looks much better, but I don't want her having access to it until I'm confident she's healed.


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Old 02-06-2013, 12:38 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Happy half birthday to you Sophie!!
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Happy 6 month birthday you little cutie. Sophie is just adorable!!!
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Try putting her in a baby onesie, it will prevent them from getting to the stitches and be more comfortable to wear. But you need to take the out frequently for potty, tucking the snaps. I did this for teddy after his neuter, and by day three he forgot all about the stitches.
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Try putting her in a baby onesie, it will prevent them from getting to the stitches and be more comfortable to wear. But you need to take the out frequently for potty, tucking the snaps. I did this for teddy after his neuter, and by day three he forgot all about the stitches.
I did that after her spay about 5 weeks ago, this is an infection from the internal stitches. But she's much better now, thank you though for the suggestion


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Old 02-11-2013, 01:08 AM   #10 (permalink)
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iam so glad she is getting better i know how scared you were.
Iam the same way. she is a beaultiful little girl.

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