OK, my puppy Sadie is a Jack russle beagle cross so not that long ago she was ran over tail to throat and did not break anything just had a few scratches and a tiny pucture wound in lung now about two monthes later she is perfectly fine but the odd thing is my friends aunts dog was hit and is in critical condition broken bones & everything well whats up do month old puppies have stronger bones than 3-7 year olds or should we keep an eye out for my dog Sadie could she be injured internally????HELP PLEASE!!!
You've been granted a miracle, be thankful and realize that the most important thing is to be sure your baby is never in a situation to be run over again. Don't let her run free in an unfenced area. Keep her leashed while on a walk or supervised on a tieout if your yard isn't fenced.
As long as she's playing normally, eating normally, and her bathroom habits are as they should be and look as they should (no blood), she's probably okay. I would think there would be some sign of internal injuries by now if she had any.
Some breeds are just tougher than others. And it depends to on the angle the dog was hit, the type and weight of the vehicle. There are so many factors. When I worked at the horse stable there was an Blue Heeler there. It was run over by a horse trailer. This was not any ordinary horse trailer. This trailer was so big that you could load 15 saddled horses in it. And it was loaded when it ran over this dog completely. The dog was rushed to the vet, and survived just fine. A few weeks later this dog was kicked in the head by a horse. The head was split open like a melon. The dog was literally dead. One of the guides started CPR, got the dog breathing on it's own and again rushed it to the vet, and still it lived. We called it the dog that just wouldn't die!
He's your friend,your partner,your defender your dog.You are his life,his love,his leader. He will be yours faithful and true to the last beat of his heart.You owe it to him to worthy of such devotion
I think weird things happen. That there are unexplainable things happen in life. There are many people in accidents that should of died and survived,where others do not. My brother was just in a car accident and he should of been killed, but he just walked away from it. SO I think that there are just unexplainable miracles and your dog was one of them. I hope your friends aunts dog will be okay, my prayers are with them.
Mikkie is the most precious dog I know. I love him to death.
Thank you so much and she is now kept on a leash or a chain in the front yard she is eating fine almost to much and thanks agian now I am pretty positive she is well but I will keep an eye on her thanks agian Lauren
Why do you even have a dog if you're just going to chain it in your front yard? How would you like to live on a chain your whole life? Your dog should be inside and a part of your family...it's one thing for a dog to spend some time outside every day but it isn't going to get the attention it deserves on a chain. I know there are special circumstances with some dogs who would rather be outside but most dogs prefer to be inside with their family.
m13lucky let me see 1.she was ran over and is still recovering starting to not limp 2. we have coyotes and bears so until she is can run a little faster she will stay on a chain and you have no right to judge me if you lived where i did and saw coyotes and bears and had an injured puppy and you let it stumble around limping there is a 60% chance your puppy would be eaten but thats you i myself luv my dogs and wouldnt do that to them i dont want them to be eaten if you would do that you would be careless :)and she is inside 50% of the time she does get lots of luv and has other animals to play with she is happy & luved :)sorry you feel that way thinks for an interesting opinion but she is just as happy as she can be
growing up we had a samoyed mix that got run over like 4 times and the worst she ever had was a fractured pelvis which is horrible but we too called her the dog that wouldn't die..she was a houdini she could slip every kind of collar we put on her..she lived to 13 befor we were forced to put her down. good luck to your dog and your friends dog.
If you have coyotes and Bears around, your dog has a much bigger chance of being eaten by one of them by being on a chain. If the dog is on a chain, it can't get away from them at all so your reasoning makes no sense. It's fine to have your dog outside 50% of the time if it's in a secure fence-in area or supervised by you taking the dog out on a leash. I would never chain a dog in my front yard where anyone could come up and steal my dog, abuse it, or it get attacked by other animals because she was on a chain and couldn't get away. There was a dog here recently that was stolen off it's chain in the front yard - good thing probably because the dog was chained outside all day everyday.