Nare surgery post-op

Medication:  Follow the medication schedule exactly and give prescribed medications for the length of time indicated.  NSAIDs should always be given with a meal to prevent stomach upset.  Give the entire course of medications.  If you miss a dose, do not double up the next dose. Simply resume the dosage schedule with the next treatment and keep giving the medication until it’s gone.

Feeding, Potty time and bathing:  A decreased appetite usually isn’t a concern for the first day after surgery. If your pet is not eating or drinking 24-36 hours after going home though, notify your veterinarian.  Fresh water should always be available.  Many pets will not have a bowel movement for 1 to 3 days after coming home. This timeframe is normally not a concern. If your pet does not produce any stool by 72 hours after returning home contact your veterinarian.  Do not bath your pet until sutures or staples are removed at 14 days post op.