Care for cats, dogs & other domestic/companion animals
Care for horses & livestock/farm animals
Watch as surgeons remove the object:
The object buried in the dog's head was none other than a stick.
Once the stick was teased out (see video), the dog's wound healed quickly and completely. There were no further complications, and the dog, who is doing well, has returned to all of his normal activities.
David Holt, BVSc
Professor of Surgery, DACVS
Dr. Holt's specialties include soft-tissue surgery, imaging cancer during surgery, portosystemic shunts, brachycephalic airway disease, and laryngeal paralysis.