Spaying incision is inspected by the dog owners. The shorter the incision, the happier the owner feels. Dr Sing Kong Yuen shares his over 40 years of dog spay experience with the young vets on how to incise the shortest skin incision.
A case study of a 10-month-old female Maltese X, 4.3 kg, after spaying by Dr Sing Kong Yuen on Sep 22, 2017 is shown.
The location of the skin incision around 2 cm from the umbilical scar in small breeds is shown. The dog’s legs are stretched out tightly prior to skin incision.
Domitor 0.15 ml and ketamine 0.20 ml IV were given as sedation and isoflurane gas top up were the anaesthetic.
Post op baytril and tolfedine SC given. To wake up the dog, Antisedan 0.15 ml IM reversed the domitor sedation in less than 2 minutes as shown in this video.