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My 9 year old silky terrier just had surgery for Pyometra yesterday. She got to take her meds this morning and eat as well, she ate fine drank water, pooped a little as well. She’s been slowly waddling around the house and her energy seems great as well, she’ll respond to me if I call her and even wanted to try to play (although we didn’t). My only worry is she has some discharge coming out, it’s not the same color as it was post surgery (red brown) it’s more of a regular pus color (yellowish a bit of green). The vet is unfortunately closed today and ind beating if I should take her to the ER.
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