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Spaying a female is more complicated. An incision is made in the abdomen and the vessels to the uterus and ovaries are clamped and tied. The uterus and ovaries are then removed. After the veterinarian makes sure that there is no internal bleeding, the incision is closed with multiple layers of sutures. Following the surgery, your pet will remain at the hospital overnight for monitoring. She will be released the next day. When your pet comes home, she should be confined to the house for a few days (spayed dogs can be walked on a leash). Your biggest problem with a newly spayed female may be keeping her quiet. Make sure your pet does not jump or lick/bite at her sutures. In 10-14 days the incision will be healed and you will return to us to have the sutures removed.
*Laser surgery is available