Nothing! Do not attempt to give the dose again. Give the next dose as normal at the ordinary time.
We recommend that your puppy and/or kitten are desexed from 6 months old (Please speak to a veterinarian to discuss the best time for your pet to be desexed). Desexing has numerous benefits, including reduced recovery times from anaesthesia and wound healing.
Spay and neuter surgeries are the most commonly performed animal procedures. For females however, it is still quite a major procedure and may have some risks involved. Most animals experience relatively little discomfort and are back to their normal activities within a day or two (anaesthetics are used during surgery, and pain medication is always given afterwards).
Desexing may reduce aggressive behaviour in some cases but doesn’t guarantee a favourable change in your pet’s personality in any way.
The first step is to find out why they are barking. Maybe they want to get out, maybe they need to go to the bathroom, or maybe they simply want attention.
The best way to get a new puppy accustomed to their crate is to put their favourite toys and food treats inside it. Make your puppy think that the crate is a comfortable, homey place.
This might mean your pup has too much free or unsupervised time. Provide more guidance and structure. If they try to bite and grab, give them a toy that is more appropriate to chew on or get them to sit.
If you want to toilet train your pup, you must constantly supervise their habits and whereabouts. If your pup goes outside to play, you must go with them so you know if they have done their business or are likely to do it inside. To avoid too many accidents, you want to limit access to the house until they’re completely house trained. Crate training is a good way to do this.