Jaw problem with Rosie.

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Re: Jaw problem with Rosie.
« Reply #75 on: May 15, 2012, 16:29 »
Rosie seemed oblivious to it all and still likes going to the vets which is a good job as her next visit will be after she has had her first season to be speyed.

Why do they have to wait till they have had a season?  They say the same here, I wonder how many dogs get pregnant while ´waiting to be done ´

So glad Rosie is ok, bet your bank balance heaved a sigh of relief too!




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Re: Jaw problem with Rosie.
« Reply #76 on: May 15, 2012, 17:05 »
sure did pamela - we were banking on it being at least £1500 for the op  :ohmy:.
We had one dog done before her first season (we also had a dog at the time) and were warned that as she was so young and small they may not be able to remove all her bits and they were right. Every 6 months she must have given out the scent of being in season as we had every dog from miles around come visiting so we will wait until Rosie is a couple of months after her season before getting her speyed.
Staffies are softer than you think.

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