Here’s pics of Lacey’s spay incision healing process day by day for 2 weeks.
I almost needed a cone for myself, I wished I could scratch for her, lol.Just looking at those photos made me itchy! We ask a lot of our pups not to bite and scratch at their healing wounds.
You’re welcome! I had a hard time finding pictures like this of healing progress online. It helps to know what to expect. Her incision isn’t the tidy kind I’m used to seeing on humans at work so I wanted other people to see what’s normal.Wow! Looks like it healed quite nicely! Thanks for taking the time to do this!
Thank you for sharing this, but it looks nothing like my little girls wound. She looks like she already is almost all the way healed and she just had hers done Monday. It was red Monday and Tuesday but by Wednesday the redness was gone I have kept a cone on her unless she is eating. When she eats I take it off or else she won’t eat. I try not to leave the cone off for long cause she likes to try to go for the incision, which I’m glad they used glue on the outside instead of stitches cause she would have tore them out.Here’s pics of Lacey’s spay incision healing process day by day for 2 weeks.