Bleeding after Spaying?

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Bleeding after a spay occur due to tears in the uterine wall. There may also be problems with the stitches. Contact your veterinarian immediately if your pet starts bleeding after being spayed.
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You really do need to change her bandage to ensure she doesn't get an infection and also to keep her from licking the incision. Don't worry if you see a little blood when you take
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There are a couple of things you can expect after spaying your dog. The dog will no longer go into heat or menstruate and some dogs will be calmer but this is not always. Spaying
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If your spayed dog is bleeding, there is a. serious. problem. Spayed dogs don't bleed (in heat terms) period. You really need to see the vet if there is blood or anything else coming
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Known as estrus, being in heat is the time in the dog's cycle when she has ovulated or is about to ovulate. During this part of the dog's reproductive cycle, she will allow a male
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