Sometimes it happens that a dog gets bite wounds by another dog. The reasons can be numerous, unfortunately, most of the cases are because of dog fighting. We would like to raise the awareness about animal cruelty and we would like to show that some dog bites end up being treated with surgery. April is Animal Cruelty Prevention Month, please do something to raise the awareness about animal cruelty.
The wounds of the dog in the video are not necessarily wounds from dog fighting. However, we want to show that some wounds might be superficial and only need disinfection and cleaning, but sometimes they end up rupturing the thoracic wall- like in this video, and need surgery.
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