RouxBee had her spaying surgery last week on Thursday (6 days ago). It has been a nightmare! First, she has small red bumps on her tummy that was suspected allergy to grass/pollen. Turned out to be small bacterial infection so they put her on antibiotics just to be safe after surgery. On Friday night she started to leak and by Saturday morning incision was dripping bloody fluid. Vet said probably a seroma, not an emergency and to bring her in Monday morning to be checked. Took her back to vet yesterday and she had to sedate her again because it was a seroma but also suspected a small hernia. Drained fluid, fixed hernia and stitched back up. This morning back to vet AGAIN with more bloody leakage! This time they put 7 staples in and put her back in cone. Tonight I take her out to use bathroom and when we get back through back door I notice she is bleeding on floor and there is a TERRIBLE odor! Called the vet and she tells me that antibiotics are probably not working and will have to be changed and to wrap her with gauge and ace bandage to keep drainage mess from floor and have her in her office first thing in morning so they can culture the fluid to see what the bacteria is resistant to and may take another 2 days to get results. In meantime, she will have to have open wound to drain it all out! I have never had any problems with any of our previous pets we have ever had spayed. Of course they were older rescue pets and not our rambunctious 7 month old baby. Still I have never heard of such a nightmare with spaying an otherwise healthy animal. I am besides myself with worry! Scared to death to leave her alone!