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Wednesday, February 10, 2010
Junny's surgery update
Junny had his amputation surgery yesterday. The surgery ended up being far more complicated then expected. Junny's femur was fused to his hip socket requiring the bone to be cut away. On top of this the poor boy was a chryptorchid and our wonderful vet had to go routing around for his second testicle. I visited with Junny last night who was very excited to see me even in his sleepy state. He spent the night last night at the clinic.
Junny will spend one more night at the clinic after having some oozing from overactivity, yes even in his crate!
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