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10 yr rottie needs amputation
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17 March 2013 - 1:39 pm
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Fantastic! Keep up the great attitude and you'll both get there.

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16 October 2021 - 6:12 am
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Our 10 year old Rotti tore his right rear ACL 1 year ago they decided that it would not be good to do surgery as the cost and recovery time would be to long, even if the operation went well. 1 year later he broke his femur on the same leg after slipping off his ramp. Yesterday we spoke to the vet, he was amazed and astonished that our Rotti got around, later down and even sat on his broken femur. Stay a showed cancer in his knèe and get was amazed the leg didn't break there as the knee was a mess with cancer. We made the decision to have his leg amputated. We will be picking him up today. Vet said when he went to se him first thing in the morning after the operation or Rotti was standing and ready to go. I would say go for it, let him enjoy his adult years pain free.

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16 October 2021 - 12:21 pm
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Aww so glad your Rottis is coming home! Please let us know how we can help OK? This post is quite old and we would love to know all about your boy. Start a new topic in this Forum if you'd like, we are here to help! And thanks for sharing and being so supportive!

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