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    Oh...thats not cool. I really have no idea sorry but i feel for the big fella. Those drains are a bit ...ugh....Mojo ripped his one out !! My old Ridgeback used to get alot of lumps and bumps and he was lucky that none where cancerous. I hope Hooch has the same luck too. Thinking of you guys. Good luck and be sure to let us know how he goes. Fingers and paws crossed.


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    Poor Hooch, I hope it is nothing serious.
    Try to stay positive and keep a happy face on for him if you can.
    Sending hugs your way.

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    cry.. my poor poor baby.
    he is super hungry now that he has woken, as in super hungry! i gave him abit of roast chicken with dog biscuits (half a cup) so not much. should i give him more?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bunny-girl View Post
    cry.. my poor poor baby.
    he is super hungry now that he has woken, as in super hungry! i gave him abit of roast chicken with dog biscuits (half a cup) so not much. should i give him more?
    What did the vets say about food? After surgery I generally feed small amounts at regular intervals until I'm sure the stomach has settled - I've never had a problem. But that's desexing/eye surgeries that I've had to deal with so your case may be different(aolthough I doubt it)

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    Oh beautiful baby boy ... I wouldn't feed him too much tonight - maybe see if he keeps down what you've given him and maybe a little bit more later if he's still really hungry.

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    ok thank you so much for all your advice and kind words.. i truly appreciate it

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    it is middle of the night but just in case anyone reads it.. hooch has the stitches and drain on the left side... but he seems to keep laying on that side (which squashes the drain), is it weird that he doesnt lay on the healthy side?? should it be a concern? he pretty much refuses laying on the good side. what a nightmare.

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    Stress less bunny girl, it will all work itself out!

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    Go get yourself some sleep, see how your pooch is in the morning ... my bet is he will be wide awake ready to go nuts and you'll have your hands full trying to keep him under control

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    The vets wouldn't have let him come home if there was any real concerns

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