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My dog has paralytic attack, please help?

I have a 4 year labrador who slipped while running on marble 4 days ago, after slipping he could now move his legs and started crawling, he was shown to doctor who said there is minute borderline fracture, also he has had a paralytic attack and my boy might or might not be able to walk again. i want to learn more about such cases if anyone has any idea, and is there any treatment available anywhere across india or even abroad, please reply asap i am desparate
By Prateek Arora · 10 Sep 2011 12:25 am


By nikhil · 10 Sep 2011 1:13 am
your term "attack" suggests that the paralysis comes and goes , is it like that ? although it is most unlikely , and which leg is it , if its the hind legs might be a case of degenerative myelopathy , i suggest you take him to the vet , if he's still walking in my opinion exercise will help in the dog's ability to walk , physiotherapy might help him to stay mobile , and swimming would be a better exercise than walking , and use belly slings while making him exercise or helping him going up or down the stairs , still there is this gentleman Mr. Anil he will give you a much better advice once he see's your question up ! anyways hoping everything gets fine with your lab !
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By Anil @ DoggiesDude · 10 Sep 2011 7:49 am
have Xray done. if nothing comes up in bones i assume the vet should do some torn muscles treatment. But the vet would be the best judge in this. Also as Nikhil said the options he suggested are awesome...
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