Paaws . I just got this note from one of my new pet vitamin manufacturers and had to share it with everyone: Dr. C I got to tell you the dog am pm vitamins are miraculous. I gave my brother in law a test bottle of each for his pekinese dog who is 14. His back legs weren’t even working and in a weeks time the dog is trying to stand and walk totally awesome.
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Dr. carol i need some advice my mini dauschund was ran over by a car today crushing his pelvis but his legs are not broken. i dont know what there is to do can he have surgery and be fine? or a wheelchair? please help
I am glad to talk to you and can help you. I need to know the age and weight of your dog. You need xrays and if you get a copy on a CD and email it to me I can review and offer specific suggestions. There are many treatment options available to heal pelvic fractures from surgery to rest and the method of choice depends on the type of fracture; such as simple and not displaced or complex with broken pieces not in alignment. Finances and cost to repair will vary accordingly. It is also important to be sure his internal organs are not damaged;be sure you address this with your vet.
Your dog won’t need a wheelchair and will heal.
Consider an organic diet and a balanced natural vitamin mineral supplement like PAAWS which will speed up healing time, help relieve pain and discomfort and boost internal immunity.
I am available toll free at 1-866-372-2765.
My 8 week old silver lab puppy (Maggie) was hit by a car this morning. Maggie weighs 19 pounds and was in great health until this accident. We had her at the vet within an hour and they did xrays saying she has a break in her left femur that is nearer the knee than the hip. They also stated she has a break in the iliac (?) portion of her pelvis. The recommendation was to perform surgery to pin and possibly mesh the femur. The pelvis will be left alone to heal. As surgery is expensive and money is beyond tight, they said the only other option would be to crate her for four months until the femur healed. My husband thinks it would be more humane to put her down than to “jail” her for that long of a period of time. What do you suggest?
I’ll need to know more about Maggie to be able provide you specific advice. Do you have her X-rays on CD so that you could FAX them to me? I can provide you with a low-cost second opinion. You can call me at 1-440-287-6787 to set up a time that we can talk. I also have free advice at BrokenBoneAdvice.com.