A car crash can cause severe trauma in dogs. Use a car restraint, gate, and leash to prevent. First aid and an emergency veterinary hospital for your dog after a major trauma.
Puncture wounds, lacerations, deep tissue damage, and neurological damage can result from dog fights. If your dog has a bite wound, take them to the vet immediately to prevent infection.
Dogs get eye injuries from plants, cats, dogfights, and car debris. Squinting, tearing, redness, bulging, and swelling are signs. See a vet immediately if your dog has an eye injury.
A cruciate ligament injury is a common limb injury in dogs, causing knee pain and instability. Most dogs require surgery to repair the ligament. There are several surgical options available, and the success rate is high.
Limping in your dog could be caused by fractures, joint dislocations, or soft tissue injuries. Treatment options include splints/casts, rest, and medication, as well as surgery.
Spinal issues in dogs range from minor trauma to major trauma and genetic predisposition, such as IVDD, which can cause paralysis and necessitate surgery. Spinal fractures can also occur and necessitate surgical repair.
When dogs get oral injuries, it's usually from chewing on something tough or fighting. Minor wounds can be treated with medication, but larger lacerations and tooth fractures require surgical intervention.
Cuts and scrapes are common in active dogs. Consult a veterinarian for thorough cleaning, laceration repair, antibiotics, and anti-inflammatory medications to prevent infection and manage pain.
Dogs' toes can be ripped if they catch on something. To cut the nail, veterinarians typically use local anaesthesia and clean nail trimmers. Keep your dog's nails trimmed and watch where he walks to avoid injuries.
Trauma, wagging, swimming, or sprains can all cause tail injuries. Bandages, e-collars, crate rest, and pain relievers may be used in treatment. Treatment can hasten recovery.