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Old 27-09-13, 09:41 PM
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Had both my girls spayed - Stroma at just over a year and Teaghan was 2 and a half. Teaghan would normally eat anything was off her food for a few days and just wanted cuddles.

Stroma wasn't a good eater anyway before the op and I ended up giving her scrambled egg and a little cooked liver and had to feed her by hand for a few days until she was over the worst of the anaesthetic/op.

I would just keep trying her on tasty things she likes but it depends very much on how her tummy normally is as you don't want her to get a runny tum which may make her very uncomfortable.

If she can keep water down after the anti sickness jab she'll be okay.

Hope she's on the mend soon.
Lesleigh owned by:

Teaghan - 11/02/2006
Kai - 19/04/2008
Mishka - 29/11/2009
Blue - 28/06/2011
Faolan - 26/11/2013
and never forgetting my beautiful girl Stroma 28/07/00 to 21/01/2013 - till we meet again

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