It started off well enough with my American Hairless Terrier coming to work with me every day as usual. Then she came into silent season for the second time in 3 months & made me go crazy because she doesn't handle confinement well. So I took her to work anyway & didn't let her out of my sight. Fast forward two weeks. On my last day at this work, I was in a hurry to leave & reversed hard around a corner (after checking the way was clear) with her inside the doorless vehicle. She flew out & I didn't notice because I was looking behind me. I then drove forward straight over her Let's just say that I was a mess & was sure she would die for the first 5 minutes but the vet revealed that she was fine if a little scratched. The photos below are graphic: After this extremely traumatizing event, we took it easy & just hung out at home but we had a vet appointment for an ultrasound one month after her season to see if she had managed to get knocked up before I had realized she was in season. After much thought, I decided that I may as well spay her because I will only be breeding her to keep the breed going for myself as she is the only one in Israel. Thing is, I won't want another one until she passes so it's better for me to just buy one again when the time comes. So I decided to spay her & because I'm not the most trusting soul when it comes to my baby, I assisted the vet. More very graphic pic: Under anesthetic: The hysterectomy: Recovering: Awake & being spoiled: Now she's giving me dirty looks & I think it will be awhile before I'm trusted & in her good books again.