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Removing stitches from dog

I got my new dog last week and am having a lot of trouble getting the stitches out of her tl. I've used clippers, a pr of pliers, and an electric toothbrush all with no luck. The clippers seem to only nip a little bit, but not enough to do any damage. The pliers don't really work because I can't figure out what to do with them. My teeth aren't even close to being the right length, so it seems to be a case of me doing the exact wrong thing with the pliers. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

I know there are other threads on this, but I don't have the time to go through all of the pages, but I've heard the pliers work well. I also know there are other things you can do besides a pliers. But if you can't get the stitches out with one of them, there is a pretty good chance you won't be able to get them out with another method.

So, I've used the pliers for a few hours with no luck. I know there are other methods out there, and I'm hoping someone can help me get the stitches out. I just don't want to wt to long to get them out because I really want to be able to enjoy the company of my new dog.

Thanks so much for your help and I'm really hoping for a solution before the weekend is over.

The clippers will definitely work, but I'm going to try the pliers next. If they don't work, I will try the other methods you mentioned. I do know there are other methods and am trying to find them. I just haven't been able to get the stitches out.

I'm really hoping for some help. I got the stitches out the day after I got the dog. But my last problem now is removing the stitches from the wound. They don't want to come out because there is no bleeding. I know it's been awhile since this was posted, but I'm trying to make sure the stitches are out and the wound is healed before I move on to anything else.

The stitches will still come out. Your dog will need to be checked by a vet. Most dogs that have tl amputations do not heal from the wound and need to be reamputated.

You need to be checked by a vet as well. If he doesn't do it, it can be infected and if it is, it will be bad for your dog. It will be a very large wound and you can expect it to take quite a bit of time to heal and be well scarred.

Good luck with the tl and it sounds like you are trying really hard to get it all out.

Thanks for your help. I am trying really hard and will do what it takes to make it out. I've tried some of the other methods and they don't work. I know you have a different opinion, but I'll try anything at this point. Thanks so much for being a lifesaver, and I'm sorry it's taken me a few days to respond.

Yes, this is one reason I decided to get a vet. But I also knew that if the stitches were too deep and the wound was infected, there was not much that I could do. I didn't want to make things worse. I guess it doesn't really matter what I did because I didn't have any bleeding and my dog was in good health, but I still feel that if it were any worse, I would have done something that would have made things worse. I've just decided to stick with what I know.

It would be really nice if there was a thread for this, but if not, I will just try to get the stitches out as best I can. I'm not going to let it get infected. And if it happens, we'll deal with it.

I had a friend who had a puppy that had a similar problem. I told him about the pliers and he tried it on his dog. He says that his wound healed pretty quickly. But I'm going to go try it.

It would be really nice if there was a thread for this, but if not, I will just try to get the stitches out as best I can. I'm not going to let it get infected. And if it happens, we'll deal with it.

I had a friend who had a puppy that had a similar problem. I told him about the pliers and he tried it on his dog. He says that his wound healed pretty quickly. But I'm going to go try it.

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I guess it really depends on the dog, but if there is a wound on a puppy, then the pliers are the best bet. If the wound is older, it may have scar tissue and just be very difficult to get to the stitches.

I have a dog I got from a pet store who's had surgery for two tl stiches in her past. I've had trouble with the stitches coming out as well.

I know there are other methods. The problem with most of them is you have to leave it alone. I'd rather have someone else do it than be left with a wound that wouldn't heal.

I've tried everything I can think of short of a band-saw and an industrial machine. I'm just really trying to get rid of it.

I know I'm getting pretty worked up over nothing, but it just bothers me when something that could be so easily fixed turns into a huge mess. I just wish there was something that would have worked.

It would be really nice if there was a thread for this, but if not, I will just try to get the stitches out as best I can. I'm not going to let it get infected. And if it happens, we'll deal with it.

I had a friend who had a puppy that had a similar problem. I told him about the pliers and he tried it on his dog. He says that his wound healed pretty quickly. But I'm going to go try


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Comments:

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  3. Hyman

    On your place I would try to solve this problem itself.

  4. Thieny

    Thanks for your hard work !!

  5. Eadger

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