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Q. My dog must have fell. He was wailing. His right wrist is floppy he scream when it flopped to the right . He feels better when it's flopped down.

A. I would recommend a vet check up so that they can make sure that he has not caused anything serious , such as a break of fracture. If this should be the case, then the leg can be repaired , but it should be done as soon as possible for better results .

Answered By
CLAUDIA FIORAVANTI

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