Can a Dog Be Spayed While She Is in Heat?


A dog can be sprayed during when on heat, or oestrus, but it's not the best time. Most veterinarians opt not to spray a dog in oestrus because the uterine tissue during this period could be fragile, swollen, and more prone to damage. Chances of excessive bleeding are also high during this time.
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My first thought would be an incomplete spay surgery in which part of an ovary was left within the dog's body. Even a small ovarian remnant is enough to produce the hormones resulting
$350 and up(dependent on the vet)if Im not mistaken.The risks are something the owner of the dog will need to discuss with the vet before the surgery.Some vets will spay during a
Veterinarians perform spays as a solo surgery, but also at other times such as during C-sections or surgery for tumors or other disorders or injuries. Recovery time varies depending
This is because many people believe that a female dog is not fully
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