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Sad Day For NEIKO

Discussion in 'Medical' started by IMPACT631, Jun 29, 2009.

  1. IMPACT631

    IMPACT631 Top Dog

    So today i took Neiko to the vet for his Entropion surgery and he is aslo getting fixed while he is under.... very upsetting day for the both of us. but at least i wont be passing on n e bad traits by breeding him!

    Has ne one else had this surgery done, what can i expect? i did some reading up on it but i want first hand experience if n e one has any
    James :confused:
  2. Advocate

    Advocate Big Dog

    Ive had no experience with that surgery but your doing the right thing nuetering him.. I want to have my male nuetered but i cant get over the fact he wont have a sack! I wish there was a way to nueter a male but he can still have his boys between the legs. :(
  3. RosewoodAPBT

    RosewoodAPBT Big Dog

    Hey Advocate, they actually make a product called 'Neuticals' and they are basically testicular implants for dogs. They have all different types and styles, as well as price ranges. I have known people that have wanted to get their dogs neutered but didn't want them to have the 'empty wallet' look after the surgery, so they had neuticals put in. LOL. It's kinda funny and just saying the word makes me giggle, but it's definitely an option if you don't mind spending some extra dough to purchase the neuticals...
    Just a thought.

    And Impact, I wish you the best with your dog's recovery! I have only really seen English Bulldogs and SharPei breeds have to get the Entropion surgery. I haven't ever had to deal with it personally with any of my own dogs, so I don't really have first-hand experience. If he is an acitve boy, be sure to keep him quiet for the first several days after his surgery! I have seen people take their hyperactive dogs home after they get neutered and come back a couple of days later with the dogs sac swollen the size of baseballs or even larger. And when I ask them if they have been keeping the dog from running around and jumping, etc... they tell me, "well, it's just so hard to keep him from being active". So my advice to you would be to keep him crated for the first several days after his surgery. It will save you an extra trip back to the vet for a swollen sac! LOL.
  4. BostonBully

    BostonBully Top Dog

    Yea he will still have a sack it will just be an empty one. My wife says it looks like a sloppy vagina haha. Like roast beef curtains. Anyone else get a visual lmao.
  5. crazycooter

    crazycooter Top Dog

    neuticals hu hu hu hu in a bevis and butthead voice lmao
  6. RosewoodAPBT

    RosewoodAPBT Big Dog

    LOL. Thanks for the visual, BB!:eek:
  7. Buck E. Owens

    Buck E. Owens Banned

  8. RosewoodAPBT

    RosewoodAPBT Big Dog

    Some of those neuticals are REALLY expensive! LOL. I have a funny story for you all about neuticals.

    A vet that I used to work for (Dr. Gates) once told me about a gentleman that brought his English Bulldog in to get neutered, but he didn't want the dog to have that 'empty wallet' look after the surgery so he opted to buy a set of neuticals to be put in after the dogs neuter surgery. The guy was one of those real 'macho type' guys and I guess wouldn't feel so macho if his English Bulldog didn't have his balls. Well after the guy found out how expensive the neuticals were, he decided to go with the cheapest ones they had. So, Dr. Gates performed the neuter surgery and then put the neuticals in. I guess the cheap neuticals aren't that great and when they hit each other, they make a clacking sound. LOL. So now everytime this guy's English Bulldog walks around, his balls go... clack, clack, clack. Hahahahahaha. :D
  9. Phebes

    Phebes Pup

    My dog had both eyes done and he was in a collar for 10 days.
    That was a nightmare. I hate the lampshade thingy. His eyes were fine from then on.
    As far as neutering him he won't even know because of the eye surgery.
    They give them some good drugs with the eye surgery so you will be able to keep him pretty much knocked out at night.
    Good luck!!
  10. Advocate

    Advocate Big Dog

    Isnt that eye disorder Entropia whatever a genetic defect? My bro purchased an R.E. dog that had that. He thought the pup had a blinking problem and he picked the only one in the litter with these "cute" blinking eyes. After finding out what the problem was we had to go get his money back and returned the pup.
  11. IMPACT631

    IMPACT631 Top Dog

    yea its genetic thats y he got fixed
  12. IMPACT631

    IMPACT631 Top Dog

    im going ot post some pics
  13. IMPACT631

    IMPACT631 Top Dog

  14. RosewoodAPBT

    RosewoodAPBT Big Dog

    Did he have a testicle that was undescended or something? Why does he have that huge incision on his abdomen???
  15. Buck E. Owens

    Buck E. Owens Banned

    I heard of a guy that had a basset hound male , he got the "implants" and i guess they were to heavy cause his bag was draggin on the ground, they had to get smaller ones put in!!!!!:o
  16. Buck E. Owens

    Buck E. Owens Banned

    That looks rough! and painful!!
    Shame looks like a good healthy dog! Besides the eye thing!
  17. Crystal621

    Crystal621 Big Dog

    Poor guy, but he'll be back to his normal self in no time!

    I just want to say Thank You for taking such good care of your boy :)
  18. chinasmom

    chinasmom CH Dog

    That eye problem looks horrible. I hope he will have a fast and complete recovery. Poor Boy!!!
  19. gh32

    gh32 Premium Member Premium Member

    I'd say a VERY sad day for Neiko,he got it at both ends.LOL. I've heard of nauticals before but haven't ever seen them.Are they stainless steel or what are they made of?
  20. chinasmom

    chinasmom CH Dog

    NeuticlesOriginals are crafted from FDA medically approved polypropylene homopolymere which is non-porus and rigid in firmness. NeuticlesNatural are solid silicone - not gel filled or saline filled but a solid rubber-like material that replicates the pet's testicle in firmness once implanted. Neuticles UltraPLUS is the latest in solid silicone technology and feels almost like its' liquid filled- but is still solid silicone. In addition, the UltraPLUS features a special 'etching' on the exterior which retards the risk of scar tissue development.

    That last line is a plus. ;)

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