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No!!! Biscuit watch out!
Hmmm. Well it could be a variety of issues but those are signs of a diaphragmatic hernia.
Hey, my dog was hit by a car and is having difficulty breathing, and is vomiting.
A Diaphragmatic Hernia is normally after trauma and based on the fact that his abdomen looks collapsed I believe that's what it is.
A diaphragmatic hernia can be caused by trauma in which there is an abnormal opening in the diaphragm.
What even is a diaphragmatic hernia?
This is a serious injury so we must take extreme caution. We need to operate immediately.
Will he be ok?
85% of dogs will survive this surgery. So, as long as we operate soon he should be ok.
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