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Fractures

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Claire Speight

Abigail Edis


Fractures

Fractures (broken bones) can occur as a result of fighting or from an accident. Prevention is better than cure, so steps should be taken to try and minimise them from happening.

Overlong claws can be a cause for toe fractures

How do fractures happen?

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What bones can fracture?

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What should I do if I suspect a fracture?

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What treatment will my vet perform?

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How can I prevent fractures?

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