My boxer mix pup was spayed on 12/4 and today I noticed what appears to…

My boxer mix pup was spayed on 12/4 and today I noticed what appears to be a seroma. She has been crated most of the time and only leash walked as she tends to bounce off walls, typical boxer . She has no pain symptoms so should I just leave well enough alone?

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Krista Magnifico
2 years ago

Hello, I think it’s best to be prepared for the worst while hoping for the best. Therefore, Please follow up with the veterinarian who performed her spay. They should look at her to inspect the integrity of the incision and closure to make sure everything is intact and normal. It is imperative to make sure the abdominal incision is healing normally and that the abdominal contents are where they belong (on the backside of the incision closure). I never assume it’s a seroma. I prepare for infection, dehiscence and hope I am wrong. Please see your vet and don’t assume… Read more »