jopfefKeeper of the BeaglesPremium,MVMReviews:
Saint Louis, MO
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Re: [Pets] Countdown time... AND SURGERY PICTURES!
Yep, it sure is.
That surgery has been done on small horses, ponies, large dogs, and with fairly good results for all of the above. Of course, the horses and ponies could never be ridden again, but if you wanted to keep said critter for a pet, it was a very viable option for getting rid of the pain.
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sortofageekRuns from ClownsPremium,Mod
This is actually the most amazing part to me:
You call it "nature." I believe in a different reason, but we can both be amazed.
Once this area heals from the initial surgery, it will begin to fill in with a strong fibrous type of tissue known as granulation tissue.
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