Mommy and Daddy had a hard time that day. I still remembered it was on a Monday, 3 August 2015. They had never carried that rotten feeling when travelling from home to vet. Even though it is indeed a small operation, so called sterilization, they felt very uncomfortable. For me, I didn’t know anything. I just followed them. Maybe my Mom was too comical. She almost cried out when she handed me over to Dr Lee. I guessed Dr Lee noticed that and that’s why she had given her 5 minutes extra to reconsider.
[Benefits of Steralization:
- Reduce the risk of certain types of cancer that can be terminal.
- Eliminate undesirable behaviours like spraying, marking and fighting (of course, this need to be trained too even after neutering).
- Not developing the uterine infection called, “Pyometra”, which occurs commonly among older, unspayed dogs and cats. Pyometra is a life threatening disease.
- Prevent unwanted breeding. ]
Final conclusion, Mommy had decided at 12pm .
According to the vet tech, I had awaken at 4pm and started to make some barking sound for awareness.
At 7 pm, I can be discharged. Before leaving the place, I had left a goodbye souvenir for the vet by marking at the entrance door.
Mommy brought me out on the day 7 walking from Robertson Quay to Clarke Quay with my buddy H.
And I took some individual shot.
And we ended our walk with healthy breakfast at one of the cafe (forget the name) at Robertson Quay which is a dog friendly place.