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Date Posted: 22:30:10 06/14/13 Fri
Author: Kristie
Subject: Re: Broken foot
In reply to: Kristie 's message, "Re: Broken foot" on 07:19:01 06/13/13 Thu

I haven't gotten a pic yet but am worried since she won't even try to put pressure on it and now her toes are staying close together. Should I leave them be or separate her toes? I don't want to hurt her and know she is uncomfortable. But I don't want her to be lame either. I called a local vet but have not heard back yet. I have read they will heal on their own but want to make sure she is as comfortable as possible. Any advice would be appreciated.

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