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Five-Legged Puppy Lives in Russian Vet Clinic
29.01.2008 12:35
Five-Legged Puppy Lives in Russian Vet Clinic

Recently citizens of the Russian city of Vladimir brought an unusual patient to one of the city vet clinics a puppy with five legs that was born by a homeless dog. The medics were puzzled whether to remove the superfluous limb or leave it as it was. Besides, the animals right front leg was a bit shorter that the other 3 and bifurcated so that the puppy cannot use it for walking. The fifth leg does not have a bone and consists of cartilaginous tissue.
      Now the doctors are considering two options: to remove the fifth limb or to link it with the right front leg to make it functional. Anyway, the puppy will undergo surgery in around a month as the dog must grow up a little. After the operation the puppy will supposedly stay at the vet clinic.


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