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    Default Re: when should i fix her?

    Quote Originally Posted by booba View Post
    also is that true that she will not grow as big and all?
    No it is not true ;-) we spayed our girl at 6 months -her growth rate haven't stopped and another thing is she will grow only as big as her genetics ;-)
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    My little Emma is 7 months old this week, we are having her spayed next week. What should I expect? Any recommendations to make her more comfortable? Will it change her personality?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emma0511 View Post
    My little Emma is 7 months old this week, we are having her spayed next week. What should I expect? Any recommendations to make her more comfortable? Will it change her personality?
    She will most likely sleep fo the day/night you bring her home, but after that they tend to be the exact some pup so, you have to make sure to keep her calm until the stiches come out. They will most likely give you a cone, but you won't need it as most Bullies can not reach the area.
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    I have to keep her from chasing the cat! That's one of her favorite activities lately LOL

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    Thank you for the information :-)
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    Fixing too early delays the growth plates closing.

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    Emma was spayed yesterday. She is doing really well....a little too well. I spent the entire day trying to keep her calm and not jump up on the couch. Easier said than done. She's eating find, drinking water. She hasn't pooped today though and her farts are extremely frequent and smelly. Any ideas or suggestions?
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