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Q. MY DOG HIT HER HEAD HARD ON A END TABLE

A. Monitor for bleeding from the ears or nose. Check the eyes and make sure the pupils are equal in size and react to as bright light. Monitor for lethargy or ataxia (wobbly gait) as well. See your vet if you notice any of these signs.

Answered By
ANGEL ALVARADO

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