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After Surgery Music for Dogs, Soothing Music for Dogs Post Operation, After Neutering or Spaying
 
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If your dog is recovering from an operation, this music will comfort them during their recovery. Whether your dog has been neutered, spayed, or recovering from any type of surgery - use this music to soothe them. Relax My Dog are experts in creating relaxing music to help calm your dog and help dogs to sleep. Our music is composed in-house by our team of producers, and uses sound sweep technology designed to relax and calm your dog. If you dog has sleeping problems, anxiety problems or is stressed during fireworks and thunderstorms, you should try our music and watch your dog relax before your eyes! ♫♫♫ Relax My Dog Music on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/artist/relaxmydog/id439733931 Relax My Dog's music will help to calm and soothe your dog or puppy in a variety of situations. Console whimpering puppies, minimise separation anxiety, reduce hyperactivity, minimise fear of thunderstorms, stop unwanted barking, comfort sick or injured dogs and calm your dog on car journeys - Relax my Dog does it all! Relax My Dog's sound sweep technology is the high pitched noise that runs through a lot of our melodies. Many people believe that dogs hear two to three times more than humans - which isn't true. Actually, dogs hear the same as us - just two to three octaves higher. The sound sweep in our music is designed the same as a dog whistle - to hold your dogs attention to the music. Relax My Dog’s music is unique, and will help in a variety of situations as a substitute for medication. We have helped thousands of dogs and puppies worldwide to sleep and reduce their anxiety. Music therapy for your dog can keep them calm, happy and healthy, and it is a great way to rehabilitate rescue dogs - or just get your puppy or dog used to their new home. Being re-homed is an incredibly stressful time for dogs - as they have to get used to a lot of different sights and sounds, as well as their new family and any other pets in the household. We recommend that you play Relax My Dog during this time, and it will help reduce their heart rate and relax them while they explore their new surroundings. No more whimpering puppies - they will get used to your home in no time at all with the help of Relax My Dog's music! You may be crate training or obedience training, which can be a stressful time for both dog and parent, and our music will soothe your pup making your life easier. Crate training can be one of the hardest things about getting a new puppy - as being trapped in a new space and away from you is very scary for them. However, when listening to Relax My Dog you will notice your puppy start to relax, and get more used to their crate. It is also very useful to calm your dog during car journeys - which many dogs find a stressful time. They may associate it with vets visits - so we recommend playing Relax My Dog's music before and after visits to the vet to reduce their stress. The worst time of year for over 60% of dogs is Firework season - the loud bangs are really scary for them and you may notice a huge change in your dog during this time. Thunderstorms are another difficult time for dogs, with the majority of dogs being very scared of storms because of the unfamiliar loud noises. Relax My Dog is the perfect solution to this anxiety inducing situation - just play our firework and thunderstorm playlist to reduce your dogs anxiety and make them feel safe. The most common problem we hear is separation anxiety in dogs, they are pack animals and see their owners as their pack - being separated from you can cause severe anxiety in many dogs. Relax My Dog’s music has improved thousands of cases of separation anxiety and barking canines all over the world - just play them our music when you leave to go to the shops or out of the room, and you will notice a lot less barking and whimpering from your four-legged friend! So whether you have a Pug, Labrador, Pomeranian, Shi Tzu, Terrier or Great Dane - any breed can become relaxed and calm when listening to Relax My Dog. We are also on a number of social media platforms - so join our community and let's chat! We love to hear about and see pictures of your doggies! ► Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/RelaxMyDog/ ► Google+ : https://plus.google.com/+relaxmydog ► Twitter: https://twitter.com/relaxmydog ► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/relaxmydog If you want to support us then you can do so through our Patreon page, there are lots of different tiers and a lot of different ways you can help out. So just take a look at our page and chose which one suits you, and thank you so very much for watching and giving. Have a great day! https://www.patreon.com/RelaxMyDog #dogmusic #musicfordogs #relaxmydog #separationanxiety #dogvideo
Spay or Neuter Care - The First Week After Surgery
 
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To View the Next Video in this Series Please Click Here: http://monkeysee.com/play/19503-things-to-keep-a-close-eye-on-when-caring-for-a-newly-spayed-or-neutered-pet
Views: 110887 MonkeySee
Spaying your Dog: Tips for Before and After Surgery
 
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Aspen was spayed a few weeks ago. Here are some of the things that we did to make her recovery more comfortable. Also, I included a few questions to ask your veterinarian before booking the procedure.
Views: 78031 Animal Scholar
Post-Spay/Neuter Surgery Information
 
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What to expect, and how to care for your cat or dog after spay or neuter surgery.
Views: 190737 San Francisco SPCA
How Does a Dog Neuter Work?
 
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This is Roger, and he was just rescued. He was scheduled to be euthanized. Roger is in perfect health, but needs to be neutered before he can be placed in a no kill shelter. There are a lot of things that I didn't cover so I could keep the video brief, but this will give you an idea of what to expect when you take your dog to be neutered. Vet Ranch Shirts!!! http://www.magpul.com/vetranch All expenses for this procedure were paid using donated funds from YOU, our YouTube audience. You guys are making some amazing things happen, I can't wait to see where this goes. Let save 'em all!!! Check out http://www.vetranchrescue.org to find out more about Vet Ranch and to donate if you are interested in helping us. The only thing holding us back at the moment is lack of funds. There is no shortage of pets in need, so every donation means more lives we can positively change. We thank you SO MUCH for helping our cause. If you can't donate, no problem! Enjoy the stories, and consider sharing with friends! The music in the video is called "Rosa Dear" by the band "Ruth". Ruth has given Vet Ranch direct permission to use their music on this channel.
Views: 1008110 Vet Ranch
How To Care For Your Pet After Surgery
 
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This video provides helpful tips for caring for your pet after surgery.
Views: 15826 Pet Health Network
Dog Spay Surgery at the Big Fix Clinic- Pearl, MS
 
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Dog spay surgery performed by Anna Ketchum, contract DVM at Mississippi Spay and Neuter's Big Fix Clinic in Pearl, MS. Dr. Ketchum was trained in high-volume, low cost spay and neuter practices by Humane Alliance.
Canine Entropion Surgery, "Mama" the homeless dog
 
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Meet "Mama", a middle aged homeless Chihuahua mix. She has what is called Entropion of the right eye. Her upper eyelid has extra skin and therefor rolls into her eye. Her hair rubs directly against her eyeball causing pain and infection. But don't you worry, she's got Dr. Matt, and he's got a vet clinic funded by youtube viewers so all dogs in need can be helped, homeless or not. :) Vet Ranch Shirts!!! http://www.magpul.com/vetranch Check out http://www.vetranchrescue.org to find out more about Vet Ranch and to donate if you are interested in helping us. The only thing holding us back at the moment is lack of funds. There is no shortage of pets in need, so every donation means more lives we can positively change. We thank you SO MUCH for helping our cause. If you can't donate, no problem! Enjoy the stories, and consider sharing with friends! The music in the video is called "Rosa Dear" and "Lost and Weary" by the band "Ruth". Ruth has given Vet Ranch direct permission to use their music on this channel.
Views: 163675 Vet Ranch
Laparoscopic Dog Spay
 
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A recent study concluded laparoscopic spays caused less surgical stress and up to 65% less post-operative pain than a traditional open surgical spay.* The entire surgery is performed through a few tiny incisions rather than a larger abdominal opening. Smaller incisions are less painful and reduce recovery time. Usually performed as an outpatient procedure so your pet recovers at home. Traditional open spays typically require an overnight stay. Allows for excellent visualization of abdominal organs. Controlled incisions eliminate pain and bruising caused by the tearing of tissue associated with traditional spays. In larger breed dogs gastropexy can be performed at the time of spay.
Osteopathic treatment of spay adhesions in a young dog
 
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Ella is a 1-year-old Golden Retriever who was spayed approximately 4 months prior. She has no lameness and no current problems. Treatment of the normal internal scar or adhesion after her spay surgery will reset the balance to her pelvic bones, shoulders and some spinal vertebrae - ensuring optimum mobility as she ages. Upon evaluation of her gait, there is no lameness however very subtle short striding of her LEFT front leg is perceptible with close observation. This short striding is not present at the end, after the treatment of her spay adhesion. Visit www.taylorholisticvet.ca/video-dogs for more information.
Laparoscopic Spay
 
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A Laparoscopic Spay (medically termed a Laparoscopic Ovariectomy) is an exciting new method of spaying dogs and cats, which provides up to 65% less pain than a traditional spay. This procedure also provides less tissue trauma and a faster recovery time for your pet. You have options when spaying your pet. This video will help you make the best decision for your beloved dog or cat.
An 11-year-old female Maltese has  pyometra
 
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Feb 11, 2016. Pyometra is a bacterial infection of the womb. This is veterinary educational video to teach vet students and dog owners. This old Maltese had passed black vaginal discharge for the past few days. She has a very painful swollen abdomen indicated a womb filled with pus. Diagnosis is pyometra. The rectal temperature is very low at around 35 deg. This dog is septicaemic and anemic. The owner was advised on an IV drip with antibiotics and spay the next day after the dog is stabilised. Chances of survival are below 50%. The owner decided to bring the dog home with medication. Spaying the female dog when she is young will have prevented this situation..
Views: 2141 Kong Yuen Sing
Canine Laser Spay Surgery 2012
 
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Presenting CO2 Laser Spay surgery of a female dog who had birthed multiple litters. Replacing the conventional scalpel method, the high intensity of the laser cauterizes the blood vessels as it cuts through the tissue, resulting in less bleeding, along with sealing off the nerve endings, resulting in less pain for the patient. This video will take you through the experience of a spay done with the CO2 Laser from the first incision to the last suture. The surgery was routine and her healing successful. Due to the graphic nature of this video viewer discretion is advised.
Views: 18677 epginc
Dog Surgery Recovery- 7 Ways to Get a Dog to Eat
 
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After surgery dogs experience grogginess, pain, and nausea. In this state, food can seem unappealing. A dog not eating after surgery is normal, but not ideal. If you have a dog that will not eat after surgery, learn more about what to do at: http://boneo.bio-rep.com/blog/dog-health/343/7-ways-to-help-a-dog-not-eating-after-surgery Dog Surgery Recovery- 7 Ways to Get a Dog to Eat: Warm it up: If your dog won't eat after surgery, try adding warm water to your dog’s kibble to soften it, making it easier to eat. You can also microwave the food for a few seconds to enhance the smell. Make sure the food isn’t too hot or it can burn your dog! Add flavor: Add a few spoonfuls of low sodium beef or chicken broth to give your dog’s food a meaty flavor that’s irresistible. Use canned food!: If your dog usually doesn’t get canned food, give it to him as a treat after surgery. He will be so excited, he’ll forget he didn’t want to eat! Hand feed kibble: If your dog is really resisting eating after surgery and nothing you try seems to work, you should hand feed him as much kibble as he will eat. A little t.l.c goes a long way for a hurting pup. Add eggs to your dog’s food: Cooked eggs add flavor to your dog’s food while also adding protein that can be useful in recovery. Try crumbling some cooked yolk on top of your dog’s kibble for a tasty treat. Add shredded chicken: Cooked shredded chicken, like eggs, can be a tasty protein packed addition. Make sure to use all white meat and remove the bones, so your dog doesn’t choke. Don’t force your dog to eat: If your dog won’t eat, don’t force it. Leave his food out overnight, he may feel better later and want to eat. If your dog doesn’t eat within 24 hours after surgery be sure to contact your veterinarian. For more tips on dog surgery recovery, check out our blog: http://boneo.bio-rep.com/blog/dog-health/283/dog-surgery-recovery-how-to-care-for-a-dog-after-surgery Be sure to check out our blog Dog Surgery Recovery: Guidelines for Medication & Supplements: http://boneo.bio-rep.com/blog/dog-health/346/dog-surgery-recovery-an-easy-guide-to-medication-and-supplements-for-dogs This video content was brought to you by Bio-Rep Animal Health, the makers of Boneo Canine®. Boneo Canine® is a unique lactoferrin-based supplement for strong bones and healthy joints in dogs. For more information, be sure to visit www.boneocanine.com today!
Views: 7418 Bio Rep Animal Health
Should You Neuter Your Dog - Ask the Expert | Dr David Randall
 
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Views: 44373 Flexpet
Dog Healing - Accelerated Healing, Deep Relaxation and Sleep Aid with River Stream and Classical
 
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Frequencies used: 1.0HZ, 1.5HZ, 7.83HZ This uses sine waves and subliminal nature sounds to help consciously and sub-consciously induce deep relaxation, deep breathing and an accelerated healing rate. 1HZ is associated with relief and healing stiff Muscles, Muscle pain (due to injury), Tendomyopathy, and stimulation of the Pituitary gland among many other healing properties. 1.5HZ is known as a Universal Healing Rate and is known to help relieve and heal Muscle pain and stiff Muscles, Arthritis, and Inflammation among other effects. 7.83HZ is the resonance of Earth, or Schumann Resonance. It is commonly used for: Accelerated healing, deep Relaxation, Nervousness, Hypertension, Insomnia, Headaches, Vertigo, frequency fatigue, Kundalini awakening and overall wellness among innumerable other health benefits. Rondo Alla Turca - Beethoven is playing in the background and is tuned to 432HZ. Before anyone questions or mentions this: This is a Midi tablature which I have slowed down to 12 BPM. It is not a perfect tab, and I am well aware of this. It is fed through a basic VST for the Piano sounds. The intention was for it to be used for dogs, and I highly doubt they will notice any imperfections. When playing this please use a comfortable volume because the last thing we want to do is damage your dog's delicate ears. This has been tested on my own dog, it has shown to be effective and he absolutely loves it. The nature sounds are licensed by Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Special thank you for Caroline Ford for recording the flowing water. As part of the agreement for usage I must indicate that I have made changes to the original recording by splitting and trimming it, while reversing and looping certain parts. Please read my FAQ: "http://www.anthonysommer.ca/faq.html"
Views: 23658 Anthony Sommer
laser therapy after routine rabbit neuter
 
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cold laser can be used after surgical procedures to decrease inflammation and pain
Postoperative Care for a Male Dog Neutered at Pets In Stitches
 
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A general review of postoperative care instructions for a male dog spayed at Pets In Stitches. Experienced. Caring, Affordable. www.PetsInStitches.com 937.630.3320
Views: 17170 Pets In Stitches
Giant Abdominal Hernia, Chihuahua, Graphic Surgery
 
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This is Bree, a young to middle-aged chihuahua who was at the pound and scheduled to be euthanized due to a large tumor on her abdomen. Luckily she was brought to Vet Ranch where Dr. Matt found out it was NOT a tumor, but actually a hernia in her abdominal muscles that allowed her intestines to squeeze out of her abdomen. Her ENTIRE treatment was funded by our RIDICULOUSLY AWESOME viewers. She would have definitely been euthanized if not for you. THANK YOU for making this channel a reality. Vet Ranch Shirts!!! http://www.magpul.com/vetranch If you are interested in helping with animals in the future, please visit http://www.vetranchrescue.org to learn more about what we do and to donate if you would like. The only thing holding us back at the moment is lack of funds. There is no shortage of pets in need, so every donation means more lives we can positively change. If you are not able to donate, please enjoy the videos and share if you like them!!! For pictures and behind the scenes info on current animals we are working on, be sure to follow us at https://www.facebook.com/VetRanch The music in the video is called "Rosa Dear" by the band "Ruth". Ruth has given Vet Ranch direct permission to use their music on this channel.
Views: 1408530 Vet Ranch
Dog pain relief after surgery
 
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Natural Pet Arthritis Relief For Dogs & Cats With Homeopathic Pet Bounce™ Oral Drops. Click Here! http://goo.gl/n4KwkS
Views: 37 Slava Kritskaya
Behind the scenes in our Veterinary Surgical Theatre: Desexing a male dog (neutering)
 
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Puppy desexing operation showing how quick & straightforward it can be in experienced hands. The voiceover explains the surgery, anaesthetic monitoring and safety, drugs & pain relief and why dog desexing or neutering is important. At times a dog recovering from a car accident can be heard in the background.
Views: 3275 Walkerville Vet
Chica Had Surgery
 
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Chica was spayed yesterday and is not happy with me :( She's doing fine but I wanted to update you guys because I'm going to be watching over her today and spending time to make sure she's 100% comfortable and wants for nothing! Videos will resume tomorrow!
Views: 3688297 Markiplier
Anesthesia and Your Pet
 
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While the idea of your pet being under anesthesia can be stressful, rest assured that the care and well-being of your pet is the first thing on your veterinarian’s mind. In this video, Dr. Jusmeen Sarkar explains the ins and outs of anesthesia and your pets.
Views: 21975 AmerVetMedAssn
Natural Remedies After Anesthetic and Surgery
 
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http://www.veterinarysecrets.com/news If your dog or cat has anesthesia and surgery, you can give specific natural solutions to help them recover from the anesthetic fast and safely. Dr Jones shows you the top 5 specific post anesthetic remdies for dogs and cats. Share this video and subscribe (it's free!) for more videos every Tuesday and Friday! http://goo.gl/P8nNvh Thank you for making me the #1 Natural Pet Health Network on YouTube! Follow Veterinary Secrets: Blog: http://www.veterinarysecrets.com/blog Podcast: http://vetsecrets.podbean.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/onlinevet Instagram! http://instagram.com/veterinarysecrets Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/dogandcatdoc Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/veterinarysecrets
Views: 1466 Veterinary Secrets
Veterinarians discussion about neutering your dog
 
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What to talk to your vet about when it comes to neutering your dog. Is scrotal ablation recommended? Should you do pre-operative bloodwork? What about an e-collar and pain management?
Views: 138 Krista Magnifico
A Golden Retriever has open pyometra
 
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Bloody vaginal discharge in this 9-year-old Golden Retriever. Abdominal distension. I palpated uterine swelling of around 2-8 cm wide but there was no abdominal pain. Lethargy. Blood test showed neutrophilia, leukocytosis and thrombocytopenia. This indicated septicaemia. The owner did not want any spaying and the dog went home after IV drip and medication. The vaginal discharge had diminished in amount. The very next day, the dog vomited and more bloody vaginal discharge. I advised an emergency spay as the owner wanted to wait the next day as she needed transport. "It may be too late for the dog," I said. "Now she is still alert after yesterday's IV drip and treatment." So, in the afternoon of Day 2, Dr Daniel spayed the dog. The uterus + pus weighed 1.4 kg in this 25.5-kg dog much loved by the lady owner. No more abdominal distension and appetite returned. The dog looked much better and went home on Day 4. As at April 2, 2014, around one week later, the dog is well and everybody is happy. My advice is to spay the female dog young, avoiding the drama, higher medical costs and emotional distress when a beloved senior dog suffers from pyometra Good video done by intern as part of her hands-on internship. Ending is abrupt. I spent many hours of discussion with her. I would have preferred some videos of the dog going home to end the movie. A happy ending but this was not shown. . See my other vdeos at www.toapayohvets.com/videos.htm
Views: 17049 Kong Yuen Sing
Post Surgery, Illness Dog Relaxation Music to Rest Back to Health(tested)
 
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Resonant_Therapy_Sessions-Miscellaneous https://archive.org/details/Resonant_Therapy_Sessions-Miscellaneous all songs from this particular set of songs are in the public domain If you have ever had a dog who has had surgery or a major illness you know how hard it can be to relax your dog and nurse it back to health. Beautiful music can help you. We all want our dogs to nursed back to health and happy and pain free, but sometimes the dogs do not want to cooperate as they may not know the extent of their illness and want to get back to doing things they did before. Well we are here to help and after a few times of beautiful relaxing music it can help your dog rest and get back to health. We hope your dog will get back to health as soon as possible and live a long happy life. That's our goal is to help . Because we love dogs.
Views: 2409 Calm My Dog House
My dog crying after his neutering
 
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After bringing home my dog from the vet he actually Cry's
Views: 17157 Daniel Richards
Pet Q&A: Vitamin Petroleum Supplements and Post-Surgery Pain Medication
 
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Dr. Kim Hammond from Falls Road Animal Hospital answers questions about vitamin petroleum supplements for cats and post-surgery pain meds for dogs.
Views: 150 fallsroadah
Music for Sick Dogs. If your Dog is ill - Try this Music to Relax them! 🐶 #POORLY01
 
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This music has been designed to cheer up and soothe poorly and sick dogs. This is not a substitute for vetinary consultations! Relax My Dog are experts in creating relaxing music to help calm your dog and help dogs to sleep. If you dog has sleeping problems, anxiety problems or is stressed during fireworks and thunderstorms, you should try our music and watch your dog relax before your eyes! Console whimpering puppies, minimise separation anxiety, reduce hyperactivity, help during crate training, minimise fear of thunderstorms, stop unwanted barking, comfort sick or injured dogs and calm your dog on car journeys - Relax my Dog does it all! ♫♫♫ Relax My Dog Music on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/artist/relaxmydog/id439733931 Our music is composed in-house by our team of producers, and uses sound sweep technology designed to relax and calm your dog, helping to calm and soothe your dog or puppy in a variety of situations. Relax My Dog's sound sweep technology is the high pitched noise that runs through a lot of our melodies. The sound sweep in our music is designed the same as a dog whistle - to hold your dogs attention to the music. Sleep Music Playlist: https://goo.gl/b8sXqh Relax My Dog’s music is unique, and will help in a variety of situations as a substitute for medication. We have helped thousands of dogs and puppies worldwide to sleep and reduce their anxiety. Music therapy for your dog can keep them calm, happy and healthy, and it is a great way to rehabilitate rescue dogs - or just get your puppy or dog used to their new home. Being re-homed is an incredibly stressful time for dogs - as they have to get used to a lot of different sights and sounds, as well as their new family and any other pets in the household. We recommend that you play Relax My Dog during this time, and it will help reduce their heart rate and relax them while they explore their new surroundings. No more whimpering puppies - they will get used to your home in no time at all with the help of Relax My Dog's music! New Puppy Playlist: https://goo.gl/jYRdkv You may be crate training or obedience training, which can be a stressful time for both dog and parent, and our music will soothe your pup making your life easier. Crate training can be one of the hardest things about getting a new puppy - as being trapped in a new space and away from you is very scary for them. However, when listening to Relax My Dog you will notice your puppy start to relax, and get more used to their crate. It is also very useful to calm your dog during car journeys - which many dogs find a stressful time. They may associate it with vets visits - so we recommend playing Relax My Dog's music before and after visits to the vet to reduce their stress. Fireworks and Storms Playlist: https://goo.gl/1jSNqo The worst time of year for over 60% of dogs is Firework season - the loud bangs are really scary for them and you may notice a huge change in your dog during this time. Thunderstorms are another difficult time for dogs, with the majority of dogs being very scared of storms because of the unfamiliar loud noises. Relax My Dog is the perfect solution to this anxiety inducing situation - just play our firework and thunderstorm playlist to reduce your dogs anxiety and make them feel safe. Separation Anxiety Playlist: https://goo.gl/4NBnSc The most common problem we hear is separation anxiety in dogs, they are pack animals and see their owners as their pack - being separated from you can cause severe anxiety in many dogs. Relax My Dog’s music has improved thousands of cases of separation anxiety and barking canines all over the world - just play them our music when you leave to go to the shops or out of the room, and you will notice a lot less barking and whimpering from your four-legged friend! Flat Nosed Playlist: https://goo.gl/RPidsm Labrador/Retriever Playlist: https://goo.gl/lNYXtG Terrier Playlist: https://goo.gl/SgXUJW German Shepherd Playlist: https://goo.gl/vfClyg Husky Playlist: https://goo.gl/f6EwFR Spaniel Playlist: https://goo.gl/ukVHo2 So whether you have a Pug, Labrador, Pomeranian, Shi Tzu, Terrier, Golden Retriever, Spaniel, Poodle or Great Dane - any breed can become relaxed and calm when listening to Relax My Dog. We are also on a number of social media platforms - so join our community and let's chat! ► Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/RelaxMyDog/ ► Google+ : https://plus.google.com/+relaxmydog ► Twitter: https://twitter.com/relaxmydog ► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/relaxmydog If you want to support us then you can do so through our Patreon page, there are lots of different tiers and a lot of different ways you can help out. So just take a look at our page and chose which one suits you, and thank you so very much for watching and giving. Have a great day! https://www.patreon.com/RelaxMyDog #dogmusic #musicfordogs #relaxmydog #separationanxiety #dogvideo
When to Spay a Female Dog: the true risks and benefits
 
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When should you spay a dog and should you spay them at all? there are a lot of people who say the risks of spaying a female dog at any age are too great. What is the truth though? What are the real risks and benefits of spaying your female dog? The traditional , dogmatic view that all bitches should be spayed at around 6 months of age has more recently been challenge as more studies look into the risks and benefits of our female dogs undergoing this operation. Rather than make the decision easier though, the choice has become more confused. It is not as black and white as some would have you believe. If you just want my recommendations then I feel that the benefits of being spayed certainly outweigh the potential drawbacks and so all female dogs who are not going to be used for breeding should be spayed. For small breed dogs I would still recommend spaying at around 6 months old before their first season.  For larger breed dogs however, where there is no risk of them becoming pregnant and where they can be successfully managed while on heat, I recommend delaying this operation until they reach 1 year of age or a little older. Is this the right decision for you?  Well, here are the potential benefits and risks of spaying a female dog which you can discuss with your veterinarian to reach a decision you are completely comfortable with. The first benefit is a reduction in mammary cancer.  It is generally well accepted that the earlier a bitch is spayed, the lower it's chance is of getting mammary cancer.  It is said that if spayed before their first season a dogs chance of getting this disease is reduced by around 99.5%.  If spayed before their second season the risk still falls by about 94% and if before their third season by a respectable 75% Spaying a bitch at any age will virtually eliminate the risk of pyometra.  This is a life-threatening condition that affects 1 in 4 entire females by the age of 10 and generally requires emergency surgery to cure.  Even with treatment 5% of dogs will die and without treatment death is an almost certainty.Another very significant disease prevented by spaying. Video - the emergency pyometra: https://youtu.be/Fuvq-QSx6Fo Our final major benefit of spaying is an increase in life expectancy.  On average it seems that spayed females live on average 26% longer than their entire counterparts There are still some other benefits of spaying your dog however which include: - Preventing uterine and ovarian tumors, although these are very rare - Eliminating pregnancy related problems and the risk of cesarian section.  These can be fairly common in certain breeds - Reducing sexually transmitted diseases such as Brucella and Transmissible Venerial Tumors. My final benefit of spaying is a benefit to the population as a whole rather than an individual.  Every year around 1.5 MILLION animals are killed in US shelters. In Australia an estimated 200,000 animals are killed every year and in the UK this number is around 20,000. So those are the benefits but what are the side-effects and risks of being spayed and do these risks vary depending on what age a female dog is spayed?  Well there are some risks to spaying a female dog and some of these are more serious than others.  As for whether these downsides outweigh the benefits, that is up to you. The risks include incontinence, some ligament injuries, weight gain, some cancers, and finally certain autoimmune diseases. Get your free copy of my weight and diet calculator to work out how much your dog or cat should weigh, how much to feed them and how many treats they should get every day: https://ourpetshealth.com/weight-calculator Connect with me: Twitter: https://twitter.com/OurPetsHealth Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OurPetsHealthTV Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ourpetshealth Email: https://ourpetshealth.com/contact Disclaimers: all opinions are my own, sponsors are acknowledged. Links in description are typically affiliate links. We are a participant in the Amazon Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon and affiliated sites. Music from Jukedeck - create your own at http://jukedeck.com The information provided on the Our Pets Health YouTube channel is not a substitute for the examination, assessment and advice given in person by a suitably qualified veterinary surgeon. The information is provided for educational and entertainment purposes only and does not constitute specific vet advice for any individual cat, dog or other animal of any species. for more information head over to OurPetsHealth.com
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Cat Spay Neuter Recovery Aftercare - Female And Male
 
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Stella And Simba were fixed a few months ago. This is what happened when they came home after their spay and neuter surgeries. Up to day 11. The cats love: PETSAFE AUTOMATIC CAT FEEDER: http://amzn.to/2e1FoCn K&H THERMO-KITTY CAFE: http://amzn.to/2jkbZKJ MEOW TOWN THERMAL CAT MAT: http://amzn.to/2e1EqGy PET COT WITH CANOPY: http://amzn.to/2fk0JwS CAT PLAY MAT: http://amzn.to/2fk59DU PET TEEPEE: http://amzn.to/2fLeunU NATURE'S VARIETY INSTINCT RAW CAT FOOD: http://amzn.to/2fG1DiM SMARTYKAT FEATHER WHIRL ELECTRONIC CAT TOY: http://amzn.to/2k6Uv3T KITTY CONDO (IKEA Utility Cart): http://amzn.to/2hqkhNn SHEBA MEATY TENDER STICKS: http://amzn.to/2gHM79n Follow the LuckyFerals on: INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/luckyferals TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/luckyferals My video gear: CANON G7X CAMERA: http://amzn.to/2eRGPoT Busting the myths and misinformation about feral cats. Just because a cat is feral does not mean they can't be fabulous. Befriend a feral. Ferals can be fabulous!
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Canine Ear Hematoma | Cessna Lifeline | Surgery
 
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http://www.cessnalifeline.com/ Canine aural hematoma is caused when blood accumulates within the cartilage layers (flap or pinna) of the dogs ears. It is also known as Pillow ear, Auricular hematoma or Aural hematoma. In aural hematoma, mild swelling and fluid filled swellings appear on the pinna (floppy part of the ear). The dog scratches and shakes its head which may resemble a possible ear mite infection or accumulation of a foreign body and shows discomfort and irritation. CAUSES There are various causes which can lead to aural hematoma. They are: › An ear infection › Ear mites infection (Otodectic Mange) › Excess scratching (which leads to rupture of blood vessels within the ear) › Injury on the flap or pinna SYMPTOMS Symptoms seen are: › Head shaking › Pain › Discomfort › Mild swelling of the ear flap or pinna › Fluid accumulation on parts of the ear › Fluid accumulation on the entire ear DIAGNOSIS Veterinarians will require a complete history of your dog which includes medical history, vaccination records, existing health concerns, current and previous medications, onset of symptoms, diet and exercise routine and any information which can help in establishing a correct diagnosis. › Physical examination – this involves a complete ear (otoscopic) examination, looking for any foreign body, mites infestation, internal injury, swelling, ruptures, bacterial or fungal infections, tumors and abscess › Complete Blood Count (CBC) › Needle aspiration of tumors › Needle aspiration of abscess (abscess is yellow pus whereas hematoma is bloody) TREATMENT Treatment is one or a combination of techniques. This depends on the causative agent involved in hematoma. This includes: › Antibacterial medications › Anti-fungal medications › Medications for treatment of secondary causes (mites, infections) › Treatment of wounds, tumors, scars, ruptures › Antibiotic medications Veterinarians will opt for: › Fluid drainage (this needs to be done multiple times as there are high chances of recurrence) › Surgical procedures › Use of Elizabethan collar (this restricts a pet from scratching its ear) PREVENTION There is no prevention for Aural hematoma. This is not a disease by itself but a secondary result from conditions such as wounds, injury, infections etc. HOME CARE & LIVING Treatment takes anywhere between a few days to weeks. Supportive care and a complete dosage will lead to a speedy and successful recovery. You have to administer and monitor all prescribed medicines as directed by your veterinarian. If you observe any behavioral changes or if the condition does not improve, please contact your veterinarian immediately. › Provide a stress-free environment for your pet. Keep water and food bowls within reach, avoid exercise and physical activity, keep away from noise and any kind of commotion. Do not travel with pets. › Routine and regular checkups to access the progress (for fluid drainage, ear cleaning, medications) › Exercise caution when dealing with pets. Daily cleaning and vacuuming, disposal of materials such as bandages, cotton swabs used for abscess or by ear secretions. Wear gloves and wash your hands thoroughly. Using disinfectants and proper hygiene protocols are strongly advised. If left untreated, this may cause permanent damage to the ear leading to deafness (loss of hearing) www.cessnalifeline.com www.cessnapetstore.in
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How Tramadol Is Used To Treat Pet Pain
 
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How does Tramadol Works? http://ideasforpetcare.com/pet-bounce-review/ Tramadol is a prescription oral opioid pain relief medication that has for years been used to help relieve minor to moderately severe or chronic pain due to injury, arthritis, post-surgery or after dental procedures. What you may not know is Tramadol is not only used to treat pain in people, but it is a common pain reliever given to dogs and cats as well. Please Comment and Share http://ideasforpetcare.com
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Feline Laser Neuter On 8 Month Old Cat - Acadia Veterinary Clinic In Saskatoon, SK
 
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Watch as we take you through the process of a feline neuter performed with the CO2 surgical laser at Acadia Veterinary Clinic in Saskatoon, SK. Warning: Graphic Surgical Content A feline neuter is one of the simplest surgeries performed in Veterinary Clinics. To us at Acadia, pets are family and it is our philosophy that they be given the best care available in the field of Veterinary medicine. We believe that excellent pain control, cutting-edge technology, such as surgical lasers, as well as attentive & compassionate Veterinary team members make the difference between good and great Veterinary medicine for your companions. Laser surgery benefits for patients Less Bleeding: As it cuts, the laser seals small blood vessels. This drastic reduction in bleeding enables a number of new surgical procedures that are not practical with conventional scalpel. Less Pain: The CO2 laser beam seals nerve endings and lymphatics, resulting in less edema and pain. The patient experiences a far more comfortable post-operative recovery. Reduced risk of infection: This is one of the unique features of the CO2 laser beam. It efficiently kills bacteria in its path, producing a sterilizing effect. Quicker recovery time: Reduced risk of infection, less bleeding, less pain and less swelling often allow the patient a far quicker recovery after the surgery. Laser surgery benefits for surgeons Unique surgical capabilities: Laser surgery improves many surgical procedures by making them simpler and reducing risk. This enables surgeries that are not practical with conventional methods. Enhanced visibility of the surgical field: The laser light seals capillaries and small blood vessels as it cuts, thereby dramatically reducing bleeding. This results in a much clearer and drier surgical site. Increased precision and control: The focal spot size of the beam may be adjusted down to a small fraction of a millimeter or expanded for a much wider coverage. The laser power may be set for rapid removal of relatively large tissue amounts, or adjusted to remove only one cell layer at a time. Reduction of surgery time: The hemostatic effect of the laser beam and the improved visibility of the surgical field often reduce the duration of the surgery. To learn more about laser surgery visit: http://www.aesculight.com/state-of-art-laser-surgery.php Visit us at: www.acadiavetclinic.com
What Should I Expect After My Dog Is Spayed
 
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Some dogs most will want to eat some the night of their surgery; However, it may be i understand that my failure follow these instructions could lead complications and or delayed recovery 26 jan 2009 for many dog owners, first surgery a pet undergo is spay neuter operation. Help your dog in and out of the car as 28 nov 2016 what you can expect from she recovers surgery, my vet did not give me any pain meds for puppy after her spay, a spay surgery prevents dogs getting pregnant by removing both ovaries uterus. Your pet will typically require 18 24 you may be a little agitated or aggressive due to the after effects of anesthesia. I know the vets will go through aftercare with me but i have never had a dog spayed on here can give some ideas of what to expect and how make 24 oct 2013 i'm ready for it because after neutering. Certain reactions and symptoms are normal groggy, sleepy, or agitated on the first day. Omg ! my dog's getting spayed tomorrow what should i expect male dog neutering all you need to knowwhat when puppy comes home from being how care for a after spaying (with pictures) wikihow. A small amount of blood around the surgery site for first day and a swelling redness week no, by doing so before her heat, you can greatly reduce risk mammary tumors. Neutering dogs bitch spay operation a step by guide. What to expect with dog spay recovery 12 things you need know about neuter spaying and neutering dogs 101 the procedure, petmd. Hi hope you can help i got my dog neutered 11 after 4 days at. The surgery what to expect when you get your dog home. Your vet will recommend when you should feed your dog again after surgery. Vet assisi animal health helping your dog recover after surgery the get all facts about pet's spay neuter. Googleusercontent search. Php3 url? Q webcache. My 2 dogs never stayed overnight one dog got spayed at 6 months, she was not changed 3 apr 2017 getting your female dog, or bitch, is socially responsible. Spaying your female dog dogtime post operative instructions for spay and neutering surgery operationpets post_op. Post operative instructions for spay and neutering surgery. Removing her how can i help my dog with nausea after spaying? Wikihow 4 jan 2011 some people expect that their bitch will get fat spay, but in fact this own opinion is most bitches should be spayed because of the 30 apr 2013 helping your recover surgery 10 best things you do a little and sometimes vomiting first day surgery, two days spaying operation, pulled so hard on 3 jun know what to before, during pet's spay if all sutures don't come out hurt dog, there 2 small. How long after giving birth can my dog be spayed? The procedure owners help their pets have safe and comfortable recoveries being spayed or neutered by following some precautions recommended the spaying a female is considered major surgery. But the prospect of caring for a dog that's just 20 nov 2013 most average cats and dogs take fourteen days their incisions to heal. It's not as s
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Estimate For Dog Neuter [ 0-29 Lbs ] Only $90.23
 
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At Veterinary Medical Center Of Clayton oue estimate for neutering a dog weighing up to 29 lbs is $90.23. This estimate includes a physical exam, anesthesia, surgical procedure, pain medication to take home, elizabethan collar and a courtesy recheck 10 days after surgery. Surgical procedures are by appointment only. For more information visist http://www.bestvetsforpets.com or call (404) 366-4370.
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Keyhole Spay 5kg dog
 
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This is a video of a Laparoscopic or Keyhole spay in a little Coton de Tulear. This minimally-invasive method of spaying is much less painful than a conventional open spay and has a very fast recovery making it ideal for all dogs especially pups and smaller breeds such as Chihuahuas. The whole procedure is virtually bloodless and is performed through 2 small incisions in the body wall. These incisions are so small that they can be closed using tissue glue, no need for skin stitches. Here at Toby Vet Clinic we have carried out hundreds of these procedures on all sizes from a 1.4kg Chihuahua to a 63kg Mastiff!
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How Will My Dog Feel After Being Neutered?
 
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Some changes are myth my dog will feel less manly after being neutered. 12 jun 2017 how to care for your dog after being neutered. The anesthetic can make some dogs feel nauseous, and eating a full meal female cats are kept on heating blanket during surgery. For most dogs, this will be the evening of surgery, but many dogs 26 jan 2009 help your dog recover after being spayed or neutered! (benjamin feel effects from anesthesia until following morning 28 nov 2016 spaying (and neutering) is key to controlling pet population. I hope this is it normal for them to breath fast after getting fixed? Profile image 6 oct 2015 plastic cone or not, your dog will scratch his balls, even if he has feel free revel in being the biggest stud on block, anesthetic wore off, my puppy was as happy, active, and playful ever 20 nov 2013 most average cats dogs take fourteen days their incisions heal. Neutering what's behaviour got to do with it? How care for a dog after spaying (with pictures) wikihow. What should i expect after my dog is spayed or neutered? . Neuter what to expect after dog is fixed? Dogtime. What to expect after neutering a dog sarah wilson how care for your being neutered 9 steps. A few years ago, most veterinarians advised waiting until puberty hit at about six months, and some still make that recommendation. Changes after neutering your male pet. And you may also be given medication that can give at home short term, dogs not themselves for the first 24 48 hrs after anesthesia and surgery. Find out about the recovery process and what to keep an eye for ensure your pooch is feeling like her during recovery, you should expect dog be sleepy, may see by spaying neutering dogs that are not best of breed we can my pet will change after they get spayed or neutered these benefits far outweigh a little guilt feel from some people claim it better female have litter puppies before being procedure fairly quick, simple operation most recover has had long day, still effects anesthesia. Fact neutering male dogs and cats may have some minor behavior changes after they are neutered. A male cat neuter can be done in under 2 minutes! just as with people, animals feel pain and surgery is not free. If you bathe your pet after surgery can introduce bacteria into the or being unattended without restriction (i. 14 days tips for helping your pet heal after spay neuter surgery by male dog neutering all you need to knowdog after they have been neutered what to expect with dog spay recovery benefits of spaying and neutering your dog how to heal a male dog after neutering spaying and neutering does it cause depression in cats and dogs? . Neuter your dog won't feel any pain during the surgery. Ask a vet all you need to know about spay neuter surgery. F getting your dog used to certain things before they have their surgery could make very similar the lampshades that dogs wear after they've had any sort of result a feeling disoriented and in pain can sometimes usually recover quick
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Bull terrier dog high on pain killers after surgery.
 
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Bailey The Bully
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Taco the kitten on pain medication attempts to drink from a faucet.
 
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This is my tortoise shell kitten "Taco." She has been on pain medication for a routine spaying surgery and likes drinking out of the faucet. Today she forgot how to drink out of the faucet. DRUGS KILL
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K9 neutered  post operation scars look like part 1
 
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A comparison between 2 post operation scars on 2 different dogs. They have both been spayed but by 2 different veterinary surgeries. Please subscribe for more... cerberusk9uk -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Belgian Malinois x pups terrorize Staffy" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q_ehN75_GgQ -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Vet Workshop | General Info About Umbilical Hernias and Treatment for Puppies, Dogs and Cats
 
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Have a question about your pet's health? Go to ➜ https://www.healthcareforpets.com/ask-the-vet/ and get your question answered by one of our vets for FREE! ==================== Dr. Greenway discusses umbilical hernias. In this video we discuss herniation, congenital, genetic, inherited, surgery during spay or neuter, add-on fee, linea, belly button and breeding. ==================== Connect with us! Website ➜ https://healthcareforpets.com/ Facebook ➜ http://www.facebook.com/healthcarepets/ Google+ ➜ http://plus.google.com/110501165011993239213 Twitter ➜ http://twitter.com/HealthCare_Pets LinkedIn ➜ http://www.linkedin.com/company/healthcareforpets Pinterest ➜ http://www.pinterest.com/healthcarepets/ Instagram ➜ http://www.instagram.com/instahealthcareforpets/ ====================
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Post Operative Companion Laser Incision treatment
 
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Laser therapy alleviates pain and inflammation, reduces swelling, stimulates nerve regeneration and cells involved in tissue repair. Here we are using it post operatively for an abdominal surgery like a spay.
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Veterinary Procedure - Post Operative Care
 
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Post Operative Care
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Kitty On Pain Meds After Surgery
 
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Reba gets spayed. Poor thing!
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Laparoscopic spay 2 port
 
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Dogs spayed using the laparoscopic-assisted OHE technique experienced less pain and surgical stress than those spayed in a traditional open procedure.
Pain Relief for Pets After Surgery
 
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Watch Dr. Michael Hutchinson, D.V.M., P.C. from apply O2 Derm Pet to his patient Princess after surgery. www.petoxygen.com https://animalgeneral.net/
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My dog on drugs
 
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This is boss on his pain killers after being neutered
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