That is just criminal! I looked at the pics and he is adorable. No one and nothing should have to suffer like that!
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5/28/07 at 7:32am
I`m so glad he`s feeling a bit better today. Bless him
I don`t know if anyone else has said this (No time to read all the way through as I`m supposed to be getting ready for work here ) and you being a vet tech would know but the thing with my sisters dog was that the bones had already started to knit by the time she went to a vet that actually knew what he was doing and obviously made things a whole lot worse. Do you think his leg will have atarted knitting or the fact he`s not in plaster would keep it from doing so?
Big hugs for Norris!
Hey, your making me tear up here!
So Glad Norris has you to fight his corner I can see by the pictures he is the sweetest boy
It would be sad if he lost the leg. I`m guessing it causes long term problems in his back/ other limbs? Don`t think I`d really be able to trust that vet though to do what was best for him.
Aww. I have to go to work now but I shall be thinking of that sweetie
and checking in later.
Your a star
Awww! He deserves to be spoilt rotten!
Are you going to keep him? That would be fab but I know it`s never that simple.
Did you catch up with the 'person' who adopted him? Do they realise what happened to him? All seems kind of odd to me.
I know over here if you hit a dog in your car your required by law to stop and give assistance. Pretty hard to police that one though unless someone sees.
AAARGH! some people!
that's what the vet said i'm happy too! he said that he was almost 100% sure he could save it. and i told him if he got in there and saw that he couldn't to go ahead and do whatever was necessary for norris to have a good quality of life. this new vet seems to be pretty good