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Q. What can I go to get help for my dog t have no money and I think his leg is broke

A. Excuse the typo......humane society not human!

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DR. LEIGH PUSATERI, DVM

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A. Call some local veterinarians, local rescue groups, or the human society and see if anyone can help you with your dog. If his leg is broken, he will need veterinary care.

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