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Old 12-13-2012, 07:59 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Hi guys! My pit bull mix, Jones was neutered today (5 1/2 months). We have been introducing him to tons of situations since we rescued him at 8 weeks, taking him everywhere to socialize and he's doing excellent. After they were finished I went in to pick him up the tech was saying that Jones was growling/charging at her after he woke up, she was a bit shocked at first but then things cooled off. Jones apparently was growling at everyone after they took him out of the kennel. The vet was really nice about and was just surprised since Jones is always so great, but he still kind of acted like this has NEVER happened with any other dog before... He was fine when I got there so Im maybe just thinking was just 'out of it' and unsure? Main reason I ask is because of the vets reaction; has anyone else experienced any thing like this?
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Old 12-13-2012, 12:02 PM   #2 (permalink)
 
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Not with a dog. I was in surgury and woke up during it. I dont remember most of it. I tried pushing the doctor and a nurse away, but the sedation IV kept me mostly immobile. What im getting at is, when I woke up, I had no recollection of actually starting surgury. Even though I drove myself there, talked with the Docs, and what not, I woke up not knowing what was going on. Jones was probably just scared, and like myself, didnt remember anyone or anything short term prior to going under. I honestly dont see it as as aggression, as much as I see it as scared.
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Some dogs freak out when coming out of anesthesia. I would be concerned if he continues having these behavioral issues but hopefully it was an isolated incident.
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anesthesia can do weird things in dogs and I'm surprised the vet didn't tell you that. I would reconsider taking my dog back to that vet if that was a surprise to them. When I was a vet tech we would see a few times a week that's nothing new. Some dogs have reactions and we use to say they would see ghosts, as they wake up they were growling as things that seemed like they were not there. I wouldn't worry about your boy unless he did that again but it sounds like the anesthesia.
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Not with a dog. I was in surgury and woke up during it. I dont remember most of it. I tried pushing the doctor and a nurse away, but the sedation IV kept me mostly immobile. What im getting at is, when I woke up, I had no recollection of actually starting surgury. Even though I drove myself there, talked with the Docs, and what not, I woke up not knowing what was going on. Jones was probably just scared, and like myself, didnt remember anyone or anything short term prior to going under. I honestly dont see it as as aggression, as much as I see it as scared.
Very good point. Thanks guys for the feedback!! Appreciate it.
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