December 27 th
We took Shyla to our vet today. He agreed that it appears she was spayed in the past, despite the shelter vet thinking she was not. This is nice, as it saves her having to go through anymore surgery. Had she been adopted out to an individual, the Tucson shelter would have insisted on spaying her first, in which case, she probably would have been knocked out and on the table before they realized their mistake. Our vet and his technician fell in love with her. We also sent blood to Hemopet/Hemolife for a thyroid profile/CBC/serum chemistries and a heartworm test.