My dog ET is 2.5 years old.He fell off from 4th floor on 14th march.I took him to CUPA hospital and we have consulted veterany docs and dey are saying his lumber region of the spinal cord got detached and that he cannot walk at all in his entire life. Doctors are saying to call it off and kill him through sedatives. His USG reports are good but his lower portion is sensationless.For this reason He has got no control over his urine and latrine. Everyday his urine and latrines are been taken out by the help of cathedral. please come forward if you have any knowledge of anythnig that you can do for my dog. i love him and cannot loose him.please my urnest request to all doctors to please come up with your views and any help. i believe there ia an angel out there who can be any one of you who are reading this article now.please help me save him.i love him like my life.. money not a factor.please come up with help.Any doctor who can take this challenge please come forward. Date: 18 TH march 2014 Email id: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Contact Number-09632133799, 09632133788View Thread
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