More than 24 hours after his "light" anesthesia, Simon is still groggy and not himself. The up side is, he's not really trying to bother his stitches.
It was the same way with Angus after his toenail earlier this year. If this is their idea of light anesthesia, what in the world would heavy anesthesia be like??? Gah!
Aww poor Simon. Any anesthesia messes up a dog, at least just a little bit.
They all respond differently, Connie. When Champ was neutered, he bounced out of the full anesthesia like he'd just had a power nap, and never looked back.
Jackie, Champ, and Buddy
[email protected] nap! Simon seemed like he was going to do that when he came out at the vet's office, but once he got home it's like it hit him all at once.
I can relate, really...that's how I am too. Too keyed up to be affected until I got comfortable and in my surroundings, and then WHAM.
Hope your boy is feeling better today.
How is he doing today?
Is Simon feeling any better today, Connie?
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Simon is doing lots better, thank you! More confidence about moving around in the cone. We gave him some Ace last night, because he has now reached the point where he really wants to go out to play fetch and doesn't understand why he can't.
Somehow missed this post before. Glad Simon's feeling better. They really hate those cones don't they.