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Neutering My Boxer?
My Boxer Is Getting Neutered At The End Of This Month. Is There Anything I Should Know Before Hand? Will This Make Him Not As Hyper?

A canine neuter is one of the most routine surgeries out there! Very quick and uneventful.

You will need to fast him (no food, no water) before the surgery because he will be going under anesthetic. He will most likely be able to go home the same day, depending on the time of day your hospital scrubs into surgery.

Your boxer may or may not go home with an Elizabethan Collar (lamp shade) to keep him from picking at his stitches. If you go home with an E-Collar, keep it on the full 7-10 days.

He should not go home with any pain medications. To be quite honest, the males do not need them.

You will be surprised at how quickly he bounces back to himself! The boys recover super fast! The very next day he wil most likely be back to himself, which is why it will be up to you to keep him "quiet" (relaxed) for 7-10 days post surgery.

Meaning, if you have a crate it is highly recommended to allow him to rest in the secure, safe place. You will need to leash walk him only (even if your yard is fenced) and it is advised to try to prevent him from jumping up. No rough-housing and no intense playing.

You can however start to take him on leisurely (slow) walks 2 days post surgery to get him out of the house and to give him a little exercise. I would not walk him for more then 10 minutes at a time. If he becomes too excitable while walking, time to turn around and go home.

I wish you luck!

Questions On Neutering A Canine-Companion?
I Have A 10 Week Old Puppy. - What Is The Youngest A Male Dog Can Be Neutered? - What Age Is A Good Time To Neuter Him? - What Do You Recommend For Preparing For His Surgery (By The Vet) - Other Tips Please Tell Me What You Think: No, &Quot;Call The Vet&Quot; Type Responses Or Websites, Please!

First, thanks for being a responsible owner and getting your pets fixed. Don't see that much here.

I have two male puppies, I got them neutered at 5 months. I planned on getting them fixed earlier but finances wouldn't allow it at that time, if that helps at all.

-The youngest a male dog could get neutered....technically, you could do it now. Most animal shelters won't adopt out a dog, regardless of how old it is, unless it's neutered. MOST of the time the dogs come out completely fine, but every now and then one doesn't make it. I would wait, personally.

-The best age is between 4-6 months, thought that's arguable. This is right before they begin the adolescent phase and start lifting their leg and humping everything. Nip these hormones and the bud and in all likely hood you won't see excessive leg lifting/humping in the future. My boys are 10 months and neither one of them have humped much and neither have ever marked their territory with urine.

-The vet will probably tell you this, but don't feed him the morning you bring him in. Water is fine, but no food. Try to keep him calm as you bring him in, possibly have a crate with you.

Other tips:
-When he comes home, he'll act like he's stoned and either just want to sit there staring into space while being limp like a ragdoll or sleeping. This will go on for the majority of the day. By the next morning he'll be feeling a little more lively and by the day after that he'll never know what happened (most male dogs don't even really notice asides from the sleepyness).

-Even after having no food, he probably won't have an appetite. Don't introduce it to him until later on that day, and only give him very small amounts at a time. One of my boys tried to eat (and ate fast, as always) and threw up almost immediately afterwards.

-Make sure he gets lots of rest that first day. Have a special dog bed (he can't jump up anywhere with his stitches) for him to curl up in.

-If he chews/scratches at his stitches, you can either get the cone or you can put a t-shirt on him so he doesn't get to them.

That's all I have on me right now, but good luck with your neuter-it's not nearly as bad as most think it is.

Does Anyone Know Of A Low-Cost Veterinary Clinic. Or A Veterinary Clinic That Works With Low Income Families

Golden State Humane Society
(714) 638-8111


11901 Gilbert St
Garden Grove, CA 92841
Hours of Operation:
Mon-Fri 1-5,Sat 8:00-1:30

Categories:
All Animal Services, Veterinary Medicine
Specialties:
Veterinarian Care, Stop Breeding Unwanted Pets, Spay/ Neuter, Low Low Cost, Health Clinic - Vaccinations, Health Clinic - Shots
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Golden State Humane Society
(562) 423-8406


555 E Artesia Blvd
Long Beach, CA 90805
Hours of Operation:
Monday-Friday 1:00pm-5:00pm,Saturday 8:00am-1:30pm

Categories:
Veterinary Emergency Services, All Animal Services, Veterinary Medicine
Specialties:
Se Habla Espanol, Neuter, Health Clinic, Veterinary Care, Vaccination, Breeding, Stop Breeding Unwanted Pets, Spays, Low Low Cost Spay, Low Cost Vaccination & Other Veterinary Care, Animal Care

Does Anyone Know Of A Low Cost Or A Vet Clinic That Provides Service For Low Income Families?

Golden State Humane Society
(714) 638-8111


11901 Gilbert St
Garden Grove, CA 92841
Hours of Operation:
Mon-Fri 1-5,Sat 8:00-1:30

Categories:
All Animal Services, Veterinary Medicine
Specialties:
Veterinarian Care, Stop Breeding Unwanted Pets, Spay/ Neuter, Low Low Cost, Health Clinic - Vaccinations, Health Clinic - Shots
-*************************************...
Golden State Humane Society
(562) 423-8406


555 E Artesia Blvd
Long Beach, CA 90805
Hours of Operation:
Monday-Friday 1:00pm-5:00pm,Saturday 8:00am-1:30pm

Categories:
Veterinary Emergency Services, All Animal Services, Veterinary Medicine
Specialties:
Se Habla Espanol, Neuter, Health Clinic, Veterinary Care, Vaccination, Breeding, Stop Breeding Unwanted Pets, Spays, Low Low Cost Spay, Low Cost Vaccination & Other Veterinary Care, Animal Care

Does Anyone Have Opinions On The Vca Hospital Organization Of Veterinary Care?
The Vet Hospital I Have Taken My Cats And My Dog To Was Bought Up By Vca Hospitals About 18 Mos Ago. Does Anyone Have Experience With This Group? Or Opinions Good Or Bad. I Have Been Pretty Satisfied With The Care I Have Been Getting For My Dog By One Of The Drs. But Now A Little Leary Of The Care She Has Recently Been Getting....My Dog Is Very Sick With Swollen Lymph Nodes. She Was Treated Back In January With Antibiotics And Now The Swelling Is Back Again, Only Worse. We Took Her To The Pet Er Last Nite And When I Gave Them The Name Of Her Primary Vet Hospital, I Got Bad Vibes. I Have To Take Brandy There Tomorrow For Treatment And Want To Be Sure I Am Going To The Right Place For The Best Care. Thanks To Anyone Who Can Contribute Information...Especially Fellow Dog Lovers Who'S Pup Is A Member Of The Family Like My Brandy Is.

Ok well first of all VCA Hospitals are just as reputable if not more than local independent vets simply for the fact they have to follow the standards of the corporation and if the hospital is AAHA certified the regulations are even stricter so it is assumed that the quality of care is higher. Since all practicing Vets must be licensed it is really their style of treatment that may be in question. I have known many vets that to many people are great but I may feel they do not meet my standards. So I guess what I am saying is that if you don't feel your regular vet has your pets interest in heart go to one you and your pet are comfortable with. Just remember even the most skilled Dr. can not always catch and cure everything. I hope I have helped.

What Is The Solution When Large Numbers Of People Cannot Afford Veterinary Care For Their Pets?
It'S Pointless To Say &Quot;They Shouldn'T Have Pets If They Can'T Afford It&Quot;, As People Need Contact With Animals. Why Should Only Wealthy People Get To Have Pets? That Isn'T Fair. It Also Isn'T Fair To The Animals If They Don'T Get The Care They Need. What Is The Solution?

Many vets will treat animals on a 'payment plan' basis if you discuss it with them, and demonstrate you are a responsible pet owner just short of funds. I have done this very successfully in the past.

Nowadays, there are also several 'pet health fund' schemes which you can pay a monthly amount into and then, if your pet does require major treatment, most of the cost is covered.

Another option is that the RSPCA (in Australia) and some universities will offer various treatments performed by students for a much lesser rate.

The students are not 'beginners' but final year and new graduates, and are overseen by trained professionals, BUT there is always a risk.

Organisations such as the Cat protection Society (NSW) also offer subsidised veterinary care.

Recent newspaper articles have suggested that with increased apartment living and less 'leash free' open space available, many people are opting not to have pets these days, which is a real shame, as animals can be tremendously beneficial to people's health and mental wellbeing.

Perhaps local pounds could also offer some treatment 'clinics' or certain nights when discount treatment for simple matters could be offered?

I'll look forward to hearing other suggestions!

Cheers :-)