Care For Your Pet After Anesthesia, Dental Treatment and/or Surgery Dogs and cats must be kept in a climate controlled environment after surgery. Narcotics will sometimes produce a "dysphoria;" symptoms of dysphoria can include anxiety, whining, a glassy-eyed appearance, pacing, and altered mentation (not.
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If your pet goes home with a bandage on his leg where his IV catheter was place, do not leave this on for longer than one hour before removing.
The pain medication which is also making her feel pretty out of sorts. At this time all you can do is try and keep her comfortable and see if she can get some sleep. Tomorrow she should want to eat, drink, pass some stool and urinate more. The first night home is always the worst time after surgery. Many vets.
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The anesthesia is very hard on the dogs and can upset the stomach. The pain medication that she has been given should have been sufficient to help keep her comfortable. I do not think this is pain. The pain medication which is also making her feel pretty out of sorts. Tomorrow she should want to eat, drink, pass some stool and urinate more. I can try and reassure you that you are doing all you can to help her. I am sure the E collar is very uncomfortable too.
After needing to be anaesthetised to remove a stick jammed across his palate yesterday, Jasper has been crying almost constantly all night. He's eating. The pharmacy said it was an anesthesia reaction (though we thought it was the pain meds since it happened like 10 minutes after he took them).
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My pet had surgery today and is whining a lot, is he/she painful? It can be This is often mis-interpretted as being in pain and sometimes results in the patient receiving too much medication and the situation only worsens. Please call if you These dogs may benefit more from the removal of the fentanyl patch if still in place.
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The whining & crying is usually just a side effect of the opioid drugs that they're given during & after surgery, and not necessarily an indication of pain. Both of my dogs do this after surgery as well as several others I know. It's a heart-wrenching sound but usually not cause for concern. You should check with.