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Not again...

Postby CRBWildcat » Mon Aug 15, 2011 12:51 pm

We just have the worst time with dogs. First it was Abigail, our spaniel/beagle mix, who we only had for a year and a half before we came to Kansas. Now it's Georgianna, our yappy little rat terrier pup, no longer so yappy. Parents took her into the vet to get spayed this morning, since it was about that time, but she had a reaction to the anesthesia in the worst possible way.

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Re: Not again...

Postby Crescent Pulsar R » Mon Aug 15, 2011 1:00 pm

The anesthesia? Man... Either the anesthesia's not so simple anymore, or it's the breeding of the dog. In either case, human error. ;/
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Postby Spokavriel » Mon Aug 15, 2011 3:39 pm

It probably doesn't help that most anesthetizing agents that are not locals have been declared unsafe for the environment and become harder to obtain.
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Re: Not again...

Postby CRBWildcat » Mon Aug 15, 2011 5:22 pm

That's the weird thing; according to our vet, that was the first time he'd ever seen that happen with a dog during what is supposed to be a routine operation.
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Re: Not again...

Postby Crescent Pulsar R » Mon Aug 15, 2011 7:24 pm

It's rare, but it happens. A good number of purebreds (of either cats or dogs), and commonly small dogs, are the most likely to have a bad reaction to some chemical or induced state or another. In the case of anesthesia, whether or not if there's a respiratory or circulatory problem that could have been aggravated by it, the animal might not come out of anesthesia because of a lack of oxygen, and the veterinarian might not notice before it's too late. An example of a genetic liability would be breeds that have pug noses. Veterinarian error can be caused by both the method, amount or combination of anesthetics used.
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