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    Quote Originally Posted by rebec View Post
    100% my fault.
    No it isn't, these things happen.

    Ligment damage can happen easily in all animals, dogs, horses, humans. You are probably right to say that he's done it during zoomies, but remember that is the type of injury that can occur during any form of exercise, once again in any animal.

    Best wishes to Leo's recovery and as hard as it must be try to stay positive, these things happen, i had a horse do a ligment getting out of a float

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    mr doofus is back home now, happy as larry and acting starving as usual.

    expensive piece of plaster on his leg that he has had a few chews at so now he is donning the cone of shame. Which makes him freeze on the spot and run into door frames on purpose.

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    oh silly leo running into door frames on purpose!

    Im glad its sorted Rebec and Im glad it was nothing major.

    THIS WAS NOT YOUR FAULT!

    Hugs to both you, your family and leo....your all doing a tremendous job

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    I am glad he is going to be fine hun

    Breeding, Showing, Training and general crazy making!!!
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