I know everyone's busy with the holidays, and some busy with much larger, difficult issues to deal with, but I have a small request to ask from those of you who I've talked with for a few years now.
Baby Bodhi goes in for his neuter tomorrow. Since it's not really a "normal" neuter, I'm a bit more worried than normal (he's a cryptorchid). He's in great health, all bloodwork is normal, he's not overweight at all (a concern for vets when they have to start searching around in there for the testicles in fact, he's in great weight right now), so I shouldn't be so worried.
I guess I'm just overly worried because we had such a scare when Coda was neutered & almost lost him. Maybe I'm just paranoid because I've always read that over & over again that Belgians can be like sighthounds,
and have sensitivities toward anesthesia. Either way, I'm a bit stressed about it, even though I know he's in good hands with our vet. I know people do this all of the time, so I should find some relief in that, I guess.
But, maybe if those of you who read this can say a quickie word for the baby black brat, I'd be much appreciated!
Shelly (Certifiably Paranoid Dog Mom) & The Boys

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But, maybe if those of you who read this can say a quickie word for the baby black brat, I'd be much appreciated!

We'll be thinking of both of you, Shelly!

-Abby
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But, maybe if those of you who read this can say a quickie word for the baby black brat, I'd be much appreciated! Shelly (Certifiably Paranoid Dog Mom) & The Boys

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I know everyone's busy with the holidays, and some busy with much larger, difficult issues to deal with, but I ... word for the baby black brat, I'd be much appreciated! Shelly (Certifiably Paranoid Dog Mom) & The Boys http://www.geocities.com/shellybrosnan/BSD.html

- Done. And Shelly, he will be okay and home and bratty in no time.

Lone
Baby Bodhi goes in for his neuter tomorrow. Since it's not really a "normal" neuter, I'm a bit more worried than normal (he's a cryptorchid).

Sending good wishes his way. My folks had a cryptorchid chihuahua and they found his testicle; his recovery was smooth. Bodhi will be driving you nuts in a couple of days as you try to keep him quiet, which he will think is an utterly crazy thing for you to do.
FurPaw

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But, maybe if those of you who read this can say a quickie word for the baby black brat, I'd be much appreciated!

Shelly, the wee furry black brat will be in our thoughts. We're sending lots of good, healing vibes your way.
Fingers and paws crossed here for an easy-peasy neuter.

Suja
He'll be fine. Spays are much more invasive than regular neuters and probably somewhat comparable to what Bodhi will have done, and spays are a very safe routine surgery. There's only so many places those nuts can be. There's a pre-ordained route from the abdomen to the ***, so they must be stuck somewhere along that route. Not a problem.

I'd ask the vets to use something other than Ace pre-surgery, but that's just me. Ace is evil.

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I am sure it will go allright, and soon the nutfree brat will drive you nuts again =)
Will be sending some positive energy anyway.
But, maybe if those of you who read this can say a quickie word for the baby black brat, I'd be much appreciated!

Good luck. I just know all will be fine.
-sunny
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