Humpty Dumpty has nothing on Callie, a 4-month-old naughty boxer puppy.
You see, Callie's mom ran into the store for a quick trip and left Callie in the truck with the window rolled down so Callie could enjoy some fresh air. But it was down just enough that little Callie could squeeze through it and jump out of the truck, which resulted in Callie breaking her leg.
Callie's mom was in a car accident and is no longer able to work, so she was devastated when she found that surgery to repair the break would be more than $1,000. She applied to Fur Kids Foundation for help. The vet said that based on Callie's age, and how the break was, she'll make a full recovery and will not have any future issues with her leg.
Broken legs in dogs are actually a common situation. If you see any of the following signs or symptoms in your dog, be sure to take them to the vet right away:
While Callie’s mom learned an expensive lesson about leaving a dog in a vehicle with the window rolled down, we also hope that Callie learns that staying in the car is for her benefit, too.
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Created in November 2011, the Fur Kids Foundation is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides education and aid to promote the well-being of animals in Campbell County.
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