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My Dog Has Pulled or Sprained Their Ligaments in the Front Wrist / Carpal. What Should I Do?

My Dog Has Pulled or Sprained Their Ligaments in the Front Wrist / Carpal. What Should I Do?

You might have been on a walk with your dog, and you have noticed they are limping in their front leg. It is possible they have pulled or sprained a ligament in their front wrist or carpal. Perhaps they have turned quickly while out on their walk, jumped off a high ground or injured themselves while playing with another dog.

Pulled ligaments or sprains will be painful for your dog, but if you are careful and look after your dog with good management, your dog will make a full recovery. 

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