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Old 03-07-2010, 12:46 AM   #1
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My yorkie was playing with his toys and he fell when i saw it it looked as if he fell on his back but he started crying and holding his leg up and was shaking.
He rested a bit and started playing like normal.

Today he was playing with my other dog and he started crying and holding his back leg up again. I bought him to my room and he was walking fine. He then slept it off and he when he woke he ran into the living room and cried again.

Could it just be a sprained ankle that maybe running a certain way brings on the pain?
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My yorkie was playing with his toys and he fell when i saw it it looked as if he fell on his back but he started crying and holding his leg up and was shaking.
He rested a bit and started playing like normal.

Today he was playing with my other dog and he started crying and holding his back leg up again. I bought him to my room and he was walking fine. He then slept it off and he when he woke he ran into the living room and cried again.

Could it just be a sprained ankle that maybe running a certain way brings on the pain?
Mine have hurt their legs before, and the vet always gives them Rimadyl (anti-inflammatory) and limits activity to leashed potty walks for a few days. Most of the time, the symptoms have gone away. But there's always the risk of something more serious, so I'd get him to the vet if he's still limping in two or three days.
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My yorkie was playing with his toys and he fell when i saw it it looked as if he fell on his back but he started crying and holding his leg up and was shaking.
He rested a bit and started playing like normal.

Today he was playing with my other dog and he started crying and holding his back leg up again. I bought him to my room and he was walking fine. He then slept it off and he when he woke he ran into the living room and cried again.

Could it just be a sprained ankle that maybe running a certain way brings on the pain?
Levi acted like that as well, he ended up having lymes disease. It started just like he had twisted or sprained something....my vet initial suspected lymes all along, so he did blood work first thing. Just a course of antbiotics and he was back to perfect in hours...good luck. Rose
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Have you had his knees checked for Luxating Patellas? Basically, the knee can slip in and out of the joint and it causes them pain...some are at high enough levels that they require surgery. I would make an appointment with my vet and have his knees checked out just to be sure.

But, I hope it was just a one time injury and he will be fine.
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Have you had his knees checked for Luxating Patellas? Basically, the knee can slip in and out of the joint and it causes them pain...some are at high enough levels that they require surgery. I would make an appointment with my vet and have his knees checked out just to be sure.

But, I hope it was just a one time injury and he will be fine.
this is my take on it too that it is lp and it is slipping out when he turns a certain way lifts leg then goes back to normal. If it happens again massage the knee and see if it slips back into place. I am assuming it is one of the back two legs? My girl hurt her leg and it was her acl so they rested her for 2 mos. I am not a fan of nsaids like rimadyl or metacam as my dog was real sick on them. Much prefer tramadol for pain but it does not have an anti-inflammatory but some times a little pain makes them rest and not walk on it which you want them to do like when we twist our ankle we rest it.

also if the dog has digestive issues like ibd, etc or on steroids never mix with nsaids
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thanks for the responses i am hearing a lot of bad things that are making me nervous i hope its not anything serious than a sprain. I am going to call the vet and see if i can get him in
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i cant get him into the vet until saturday
from reading on wikipedia it seems like a luxating patella possibly grade I

what is other treatment besides surgury
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My brand new little girl who is 11 weeks old and 2 pounds- if that- fell tonight from my arms down on to concrete pavement outside. This happened after spending the day reading about Yorkie injuries - go figure! I was picking her up to bring her over to the grass area to go potty and there was a loud noise outside, she got jumpy and fell/jumped down right from my arms and landed hard on her right side/ back leg. She never never cries and the cry she let out was awful. I was so scared and sick to my stomach from it. I just got back from the Vet and sure enough she has a broken leg (tibia to be exact). This vet said she thinks she is going to need surgery and a rod in her leg. I'm so devastated and feel terrible. Never again will I pick up a puppy outside or while I'm standing. I just got her on Friday too! Initially after the fall she tried putting pressure/putting her right back leg down, but it was too painful, so she was limping around for 30 mins and ran to the corner of the room to hide. She was so sad and she is the happiest most loving playful puppy ever. It killed for me to see her like that for even just 30 mins! I brought her right to the vet clinic ASAP and she is now on morphine (which scares me with her being so little) and has a bandage on her leg and will be getting looked at by a surgeon tomorrow morning and most likely going in to surgery. I'm hoping to get a few opinions. I'd love for it to be able to heal on its own, from having a cast/splint on it, but from the Dr. who saw her tonight she wasn't sure that will be the case. This kind of surgery costs about $2,500 was the estimate given to me for those wondering. Expensive, but a lesson well learned to not pick her up outside again or to only pick her up low off the ground. I just hope she has no complications and is back to being happy and playful very soon! Has anyone had any similar experiences with these injuries?
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My brand new little girl who is 11 weeks old and 2 pounds- if that- fell tonight from my arms down on to concrete pavement outside. This happened after spending the day reading about Yorkie injuries - go figure! I was picking her up to bring her over to the grass area to go potty and there was a loud noise outside, she got jumpy and fell/jumped down right from my arms and landed hard on her right side/ back leg. She never never cries and the cry she let out was awful. I was so scared and sick to my stomach from it. I just got back from the Vet and sure enough she has a broken leg (tibia to be exact). This vet said she thinks she is going to need surgery and a rod in her leg. I'm so devastated and feel terrible. Never again will I pick up a puppy outside or while I'm standing. I just got her on Friday too! Initially after the fall she tried putting pressure/putting her right back leg down, but it was too painful, so she was limping around for 30 mins and ran to the corner of the room to hide. She was so sad and she is the happiest most loving playful puppy ever. It killed for me to see her like that for even just 30 mins! I brought her right to the vet clinic ASAP and she is now on morphine (which scares me with her being so little) and has a bandage on her leg and will be getting looked at by a surgeon tomorrow morning and most likely going in to surgery. I'm hoping to get a few opinions. I'd love for it to be able to heal on its own, from having a cast/splint on it, but from the Dr. who saw her tonight she wasn't sure that will be the case. This kind of surgery costs about $2,500 was the estimate given to me for those wondering. Expensive, but a lesson well learned to not pick her up outside again or to only pick her up low off the ground. I just hope she has no complications and is back to being happy and playful very soon! Has anyone had any similar experiences with these injuries?
im sorry to hear that my yorkie is crazy too he likes to squirm and jump so i hold him tight when i hold him. The price of surgery is ridiculous if only they had insurance like humans do where nothing is paid out of pocket.

my dog never crys either but he let out a screeching cry and was limping, today he limped a little bit but an hour later he was running around the whole house its weird but im still getting him checked
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My brand new little girl who is 11 weeks old and 2 pounds- if that- fell tonight from my arms down on to concrete pavement outside. This happened after spending the day reading about Yorkie injuries - go figure! I was picking her up to bring her over to the grass area to go potty and there was a loud noise outside, she got jumpy and fell/jumped down right from my arms and landed hard on her right side/ back leg. She never never cries and the cry she let out was awful. I was so scared and sick to my stomach from it. I just got back from the Vet and sure enough she has a broken leg (tibia to be exact). This vet said she thinks she is going to need surgery and a rod in her leg. I'm so devastated and feel terrible. Never again will I pick up a puppy outside or while I'm standing. I just got her on Friday too! Initially after the fall she tried putting pressure/putting her right back leg down, but it was too painful, so she was limping around for 30 mins and ran to the corner of the room to hide. She was so sad and she is the happiest most loving playful puppy ever. It killed for me to see her like that for even just 30 mins! I brought her right to the vet clinic ASAP and she is now on morphine (which scares me with her being so little) and has a bandage on her leg and will be getting looked at by a surgeon tomorrow morning and most likely going in to surgery. I'm hoping to get a few opinions. I'd love for it to be able to heal on its own, from having a cast/splint on it, but from the Dr. who saw her tonight she wasn't sure that will be the case. This kind of surgery costs about $2,500 was the estimate given to me for those wondering. Expensive, but a lesson well learned to not pick her up outside again or to only pick her up low off the ground. I just hope she has no complications and is back to being happy and playful very soon! Has anyone had any similar experiences with these injuries?
I am sorry this happened and am glad that you are willing to repair it properly! I get sick when I see some of the things people do when their pups break a leg.

Anyway....I would strongly suggest that you go to a board certified Orthopedic Veterinarian. I have a foster right now who broke his leg and a vet put an IM pin in it without a plate and the leg did not heal. His owner could not afford surgery and kept him for six months before surrendering him. He had to have the IM pin again along with a plate and screws. He also had to have a bone graft. He is fine now! I never get any ortho surgery on my fosters or my own pups by anyone but a board certified specialist.
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My yorkie was playing with his toys and he fell when i saw it it looked as if he fell on his back but he started crying and holding his leg up and was shaking.
He rested a bit and started playing like normal.

Today he was playing with my other dog and he started crying and holding his back leg up again. I bought him to my room and he was walking fine. He then slept it off and he when he woke he ran into the living room and cried again.

Could it just be a sprained ankle that maybe running a certain way brings on the pain?
Piper did that also, playing, letting out a yelp then carry her hind leg for a short while. I checked eveything over, bending the knee and ankle, checking her foot and pads and she didn't act like she was in pain. I thought she must have strained a muscle or something. After a week of this off and on yelping and carrying the leg I brought her to the vets. After x-rays, I learned the problem was her hip. Piper had Legg Perthes Disease and needed surgery immediately. When I saw how miss-shapened the top of the femur was and how there were bone fragments floating in the hip socket (which caused the pain) I wondered how it could have gotten this far without me realizing it. If your baby continues to yelp in pain, bring him to the vets and find out what's going on. I feel guilty that I let my little girl go a whole week before I brought her to the vets. She had been spayed 3 weeks earlier and she was fine.
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Thanks guys/gals Your messages really make me feel a little better for some reason. So my little girl Shylo is scheduled to go in 1st thing tomorrow morning for surgery for a Tibial Fracture Shaft Closure KE and implants... I just spoke to the normal - non-surgeon Dr./Vet and they mentioned the surgeons will probably do an internal pin as well as external with the screws (temporary). I'm getting all the info tomorrow on the specific surgery. I'm going to make sure to see if the surgeon/s at the surgery unit here are Board Certified Ortho/Specialist and mention everything that you told me Ladyjane! Their bios on the website say they just specialize in or their practice includes ortho and their specialty interest include fracture management of small animals. They all have great credatianls from some of the top vet schools in the country and the hospital here in Boston is ranked pretty high as being one of the best in the nation. But, thanks for that information you supplied Ladyjane! Very very helpful. I'm going to run this by them tomorrow for sure and do a little bit more research too! The normal vet did mention the cast and re-casting option too, but really pushed going forward with surgery, which I also wanted - if it was the best for Shylo. I wasn't sure if only casting her leg was more natural of a healing process and a better option than surgery (I guess surgery just scares me, especially since Shylo is so little and young!), but it seems like surgery is by far the better option especially for better alignment and non-re-accurance of issues (hopefully)! Poor Shylo she is so knocked out on pain meds right now. And I hope your little guy JJ71787 is okay!
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Piper did that also, playing, letting out a yelp then carry her hind leg for a short while. I checked eveything over, bending the knee and ankle, checking her foot and pads and she didn't act like she was in pain. I thought she must have strained a muscle or something. After a week of this off and on yelping and carrying the leg I brought her to the vets. After x-rays, I learned the problem was her hip. Piper had Legg Perthes Disease and needed surgery immediately. When I saw how miss-shapened the top of the femur was and how there were bone fragments floating in the hip socket (which caused the pain) I wondered how it could have gotten this far without me realizing it. If your baby continues to yelp in pain, bring him to the vets and find out what's going on. I feel guilty that I let my little girl go a whole week before I brought her to the vets. She had been spayed 3 weeks earlier and she was fine.
ii think i saw your video on youtube piper and queen?
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I cant get my dog into the vet until saturday but today he was jumping around all excited trying to jump on me and last night he was jumping on and off the couch so i hope all is well
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Thanks guys/gals Your messages really make me feel a little better for some reason. So my little girl Shylo is scheduled to go in 1st thing tomorrow morning for surgery for a Tibial Fracture Shaft Closure KE and implants... I just spoke to the normal - non-surgeon Dr./Vet and they mentioned the surgeons will probably do an internal pin as well as external with the screws (temporary). I'm getting all the info tomorrow on the specific surgery. I'm going to make sure to see if the surgeon/s at the surgery unit here are Board Certified Ortho/Specialist and mention everything that you told me Ladyjane! Their bios on the website say they just specialize in or their practice includes ortho and their specialty interest include fracture management of small animals. They all have great credatianls from some of the top vet schools in the country and the hospital here in Boston is ranked pretty high as being one of the best in the nation. But, thanks for that information you supplied Ladyjane! Very very helpful. I'm going to run this by them tomorrow for sure and do a little bit more research too! The normal vet did mention the cast and re-casting option too, but really pushed going forward with surgery, which I also wanted - if it was the best for Shylo. I wasn't sure if only casting her leg was more natural of a healing process and a better option than surgery (I guess surgery just scares me, especially since Shylo is so little and young!), but it seems like surgery is by far the better option especially for better alignment and non-re-accurance of issues (hopefully)! Poor Shylo she is so knocked out on pain meds right now. And I hope your little guy JJ71787 is okay!
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Thanks guys/gals Your messages really make me feel a little better for some reason. So my little girl Shylo is scheduled to go in 1st thing tomorrow morning for surgery for a Tibial Fracture Shaft Closure KE and implants... I just spoke to the normal - non-surgeon Dr./Vet and they mentioned the surgeons will probably do an internal pin as well as external with the screws (temporary). I'm getting all the info tomorrow on the specific surgery. I'm going to make sure to see if the surgeon/s at the surgery unit here are Board Certified Ortho/Specialist and mention everything that you told me Ladyjane! Their bios on the website say they just specialize in or their practice includes ortho and their specialty interest include fracture management of small animals. They all have great credatianls from some of the top vet schools in the country and the hospital here in Boston is ranked pretty high as being one of the best in the nation. But, thanks for that information you supplied Ladyjane! Very very helpful. I'm going to run this by them tomorrow for sure and do a little bit more research too! The normal vet did mention the cast and re-casting option too, but really pushed going forward with surgery, which I also wanted - if it was the best for Shylo. I wasn't sure if only casting her leg was more natural of a healing process and a better option than surgery (I guess surgery just scares me, especially since Shylo is so little and young!), but it seems like surgery is by far the better option especially for better alignment and non-re-accurance of issues (hopefully)! Poor Shylo she is so knocked out on pain meds right now. And I hope your little guy JJ71787 is okay!
They sound wonderful! I will say a prayer for little Shylo .... I am sure it will go just fine! Please let us know how she is as soon as you can!!
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