Posted : 9/20/2008 9:58:28 AM
Good news. I took her to the vet this morning. He said that it looks the way it should, it might even get worse than this. Ouch!
This morning it was "leaking" a little bit of clear fluid as well, he said that's normal also. I feel better now that she's been checked on.
I've never had a female dog before so any kind of surgery like this is new to me. I really hope that she won't have to go through anything like this again. They sent both tumors to the lab and hopefully we'll have results early next week.
Cross your fingers for good news!!! She's such an awesome dog and we're very lucky to have her.
When people think twice about having their dog spayed they should look at her. She's 10 years old now and has to deal with this surgery and tumors that could've been prevented almost 100% had she gotten spayed when she was young.
Here's a picture of my old baby girl Phoebe (on the left) and her younger "brother" Joey.
Thanks for all of your answers, you really made me feel better!