After spaying what happens?
I read the article about spaying that you wrote but I have a few questions. My dog got spayed last week when we adopted her. Three days ago I noticed blood and now mucous coming out of her. I took her to the vet and she said it could be because of the spaying and that it's normal. Everyone I ask tells me it's not normal. What do you think?
I did not write the article but I fell on this question and I can tell you that this is not normal. If I were you I would go to the place where the dog got spayed and have them take a look or for you to get a second opinion from a different vet. Never in my life have I ever seen this happen with any of the animals I have had spayed. I hope this helps and good luck
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