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before people start piping in with things like "looks like this" or "you should do this" etc. We know what the problem is, this started two weeks ago so obviously I'd of had professionals out by now to deal with it... sorry if I'm snippy but all I've been getting these past two weeks (in person, as well as online) is lots of unhelpful attempts at advice which are really just wearing me down.
So the original injury was a dislocated knee and a dislocated hip. Both have been relocated, the hip is still a bit off but it will take several adjustments to get it back fully in place. Her leg still goes immobile like this *NOT* from a locking stifle/knee (which everyone keeps saying even though both my vet and chiropractor say it isn't) its from bad nerve damage preventing her from being able to cue her muscles to work. There is also the possibility of a torn tendon but I'm trying to stay hopeful in the thoughts that it isn't...
when her leg stops working, like shown here, I have sedatives and heavy muscle relaxants to give her. After they kick in her muscles usually relax enough where she can move them again. sometimes this lasts for a week, sometimes only a day
My vet was looking at her again today and told me that on days where she is able to move it, I need to start lunging her for 10mins to try to build some muscle strength and try to "wake up" the nerves in her leg again.
I know this is the third time I've said this, but I could REALLY appreciate any financial help due to my very small income/job situation.. I haven't bought groceries in a month and I wont be able to any time soon without some help. And unfortunately, the only sort of food bank we have here is incredibly religious and turns down people "like me" (non religious and gay. yeesh.) firstname.lastname@example.org is my paypal or etransfer. Thanks a lot guys, feel free to share
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