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Q. MY DAUGHTERS CHIHAUHAU ACE JUMPED OFF THE SOFA, I TRIED TO CATCH HIM BUT HE HIT THE FLOOR AND AGAINST A SODA BOTTLE(plastic one). HIS LIMPING.NO MON

A. if he is not weight bearing on the affected leg you should take him to your vet to make sure that there is no fracture or other serious damage. If he is able to put some weight on the leg then you can monitor him for 12-24hrs and see how he goes.

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