You have done the right thing by getting a good Bully vet. That is the best way to ensure things go right because they really understand the unique nature of the breed and all the breathing issues that need to be taken into consideration for anesthesia. I had Miss Tallulah microchipped as well as tattooed just to cover all the bases. Actually she was chipped when I got her at 8 weeks. So she was tattooed and also had her palette lasered when she got spayed. I was an anxious mess especailly about the anesthesia and stayed the whole day in the waiting room. I took her home about 4 p.m. so the timing sounds about right. She will be groggy but believe it or not in a day or so she will act as if nothing happened and you will be trying to keep her from running and jumping and being too playful. These fur babies are so resilient. I wish you and Clara all the best - and here's to a speedy recovery.