Dog After Surgery Care Tips
It can be scary and quite troublesome for a dog and hid/her owner to have to go to surgery. Although the recovery process is uncomplicated, but it is the first few weeks after surgery that the dog must be provided with special care and attention. After surgery and in the next few days, the dog will find itself groggy, sleepy more than usual, cannot balance when standing or walking, and will have poor motor control. Most often than not, the 2 days after surgery is a crucial concern for the dog since he/she will more likely experience the following: nausea, vomiting, panting, loss of appetite and sometimes loss of bladder control. These are helpful tips on how to care for dogs after undergoing surgery.
Using a Dog Cone
Dogs, who undergo surgery or who are being treated on their wounds, are usually required to wear …