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    Puppy injured
    An_254805 posted:
    Just called our dogs in for night and 15 week old lab was missing. We found him laying outside. He may have been kicked by our horses. He is weak and appears to have a sore back end but the strangest thing is his penis is sticking out all the way. Including his testicles I think. He drank a little but it really sleepy and heart racing. Shock? Internal injuries?
    Sandy Willis, DVM, DACVIM responded:
    Sorry we missed your post but hopefully you saw your veterinarian and everything is okay. Could have been trauma like you mentioned. Horses are big and although careful, small dogs on the ground are not easy to spot. Again, I hope everything turned okay. Dr. Sandy

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