...he seems to be getting better he still falls off to the side when he walks a little..we are about to go too sleep I'm just afraid he won't wake in the morning..wish us luck I already preyed for him.View Thread
I need help..we have a 7 month old Chiuahuah I let him out to potty then sent my five yr old daughter to bring him in she brought him back limb not moving she was scared she said she hit him with a plastic light weight hollow toy because he bit her...I preformed CPR to get him breathing the first five mins he s breathing picking up his head looking around and it's now 46mins since I put ice pack for any swelling The Vet said to keep an eye on him..what should I do for him he had taken 15 steps but slowly fell off on his side he's asleep in my arms now but I'm scared that he'll sure in his sleep .View Thread
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