My dog's wound didn't bleeding and isn't any pus, but it swollen to three times compare with the uninjured leg and very pain when we touch. But thanks god that he still eats and drinks milk by himself. We gave him some painkillers and fever. His heath was fine, but the wound has not decreased. He's moaned every night, we love him so much but don't know what to do. We wonder when it was off again. We see him thinner each day, hic. Anyways, thank you for interesting and sharing with us.
Hic, my dog still eat and drink milk by himself now. But he can't stand up by himself, my mother has to lift him up. His leg's swelling very big, so it hurts him very much when we touch this leg. We hope he get well in the next few days. Hic.View Thread
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