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My dog was attacked tonight and after we Pulled the other dog off, our dog just laid there like he was paralyzed. We tal


Asked by Member 1106880 on Apr 20th 2012 Tagged attack, pain in Emergencies & First Aid
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Carter

your question wasn't finished.if you please post another one someone should be able to help. : )


Carter answered on 4/20/12. Helpful? Yes/Helpful: No 0 Report this answer


Stumpy

the other dog could have bitten your dog on what is known as a temporary polarize point. these are on the legs, front and back were their 'elbows' and 'knees' are. there is a dead point of were thhe other dog could have gotton your dog on the neck, and he could have been parilized in places permenently, like the legs, arms, or even tail I would get you dog checked out if after a few hours your dog is not moving around.


Stumpy answered on 4/21/12. Helpful? Yes/Helpful: No 0 Report this answer