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Hi, welcome to the forum! Somebody with more knowledge will be able to answer your question but we had a bad experience recently when my Ky had to be put under and was told the next time to ask for the anesthesia they use that they can give them a shot when they're done to bring them out of it.
Wonder if that was dexdomitor. I used that on Lincoln for his x rays but he was only under for 15 minutes.

OP-I never had issues with any of mine, but have seen some issues being at a clinic now I worry about it. My 5 year old will need a dental in the next year or so. I think yours should be fine as long as measures are taken to ensure blood work is normal etc
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Thanks everyone for your responses! I talked to the vet and they do the blood work before hand to check organs. She has never had issues before so hopefully everything will be ok. I'm a teacher so I have scheduled her dental for Christmas break when I can be home with her after. I attached of picture if my baby at the beach this past October! She loves the sand and ocean! Name:  ImageUploadedByPG Free1354511407.551758.jpg
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It's natural to worry when they must undergo a medical procedure but you are taking precautions so you will worry a little less hopefully.

If a dental is recommended, you can feel good that you are improving her quality of life. I don't know if you have ever suffered with a bad tooth. I have and it's awful!
Plus - dental health is very important to overall good health. I know in particular the heart/heart valves can be affected by poor teeth and gums.

I think it's great that you have it scheduled for when you can be home with her. Keep us posted!

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Sandi had her teeth done yesterday and she did great! She is back to het normal self today. She did have a UTI so she is on antibiotics for that. Thanks again to everyone who answered my questions.


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