Rover was named due to the fact that he was found on the highway, ownerless and hit by a car. When they brought him to our clinic he was in shock and in terrible pain.

X-Rays showed fractures in 2 different parts of the right leg (distal femur and proximal tibia) and dislocation of the left hip. The following day, Rover was subjected to surgical orthopedic surgery. The femoral fracture was repaired with the use of a cross pin and the tibia fracture with a metallic plate and screws.

For the hip dislocation we followed the femur head amputation technique.
Below, you can see some photos of Rover before and after the surgery, as well as shots of a video taken 4days & 6weeks later.