When our dog is spayed or neutered, it is generally due to a bacterial infection. Sometimes, the infection just ‘goes away’, but it often leads to anxiety because the body may not be able to heal properly.
I don’t know about you, but I have had anxiety before during a procedure. I can’t say that I’ve ever had an anxiety attack after a surgery, though. But I’m certainly more aware of what I’m doing now than I was before.
When my dog was spayed, they were very happy with the results, but it did raise some questions about how I was doing my job. Since I can see the results, it seems like I am doing a good job. My dog has done well since he was spayed, and has gone into puppyhood without any fear of any kind. He’s a very happy dog and I can see him enjoying his new life with me.
In the days after surgery, I was nervous, but now Im pretty much back to normal. I just don’t feel as anxious as before I had surgery. So I guess that is good. I was worried that I was going to be more nervous than before because I knew I was doing everything right and that there was absolutely no reason for me to worry. Now I just feel like I’m doing a good job and I’m not too worried about it.
I think that dogs who have undergone surgery like mine have a tendency to have a high level of anxiety if they’re not used to it. This is because they don’t get used to it. They’re used to it and I think that when you’re used to it, you don’t even notice that you’re nervous.
Yeah, I hear you. I mean, I’ve read a lot of blogs and everything. I don’t know if I’m just feeling it or if it’s actually true, but it doesn’t feel like it’s a big deal to me. I think I’m just feeling a little anxious about everything that’s going on right now.
It’s easy to think that you’re experiencing anxiety because you’ve been through surgery like mine. After all, the pain is a great motivator to get yourself ready for a trip to the vet. And the fear that you’ll forget something is a great motivator to keep your anxiety under control.
Anxiety is a natural response, and the vet is perfectly fine with that. While the surgery is a great motivator, the anxiety associated with feeling like youve spent your life in the chair is a far more difficult one to manage. But most people are less than prepared to deal with it.
We are a breed of dog that, like most puppies, are hyper-anxious. In fact, we are most often hyper-anxious when we are around humans. We are extremely alert to human cues, and it seems that when we are with our humans these cues become our triggers for anxiety. In fact, it seems that we can be hyper-anxious even when we are not around dogs. It’s like we are on a constant edge of panic.
My dog isn’t hyper-anxious though. When she is with me, she is calmer, and has less of a tendency to hyper-anxious. And she is even doing more things for me which makes her feel all the more loved. But, of course, its not all about her. Its not just that she is calmer. It’s that she is calmer with me. She is calmer when I am not around her.