Do dog pads grow back?

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The vet cannot really successfully stitch a dogs pad, but you MUST have ANTIBIOTICS.

The dogs pad will grow back so crate your dog for a week or two and ALLOW your dog to lick its foot.

Also there is a awesome product you can buy at Tractor Supply called Vetericyn wound and skin care.

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The vet cannot really successfully stitch a dogs pad, but you MUST have ANTIBIOTICS.

The dogs pad will grow back so crate your dog for a week or two and ALLOW your dog to lick its foot.

Also there is a awesome product you can buy at Tractor Supply called Vetericyn wound and skin care.

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The vet cannot really successfully stitch a dogs pad, but you MUST have ANTIBIOTICS.

The dogs pad will grow back so crate your dog for a week or two and ALLOW your dog to lick its foot.

Also there is a awesome product you can buy at Tractor Supply called Vetericyn wound and skin care.

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The black pads on a dog's feet grow back if they are injured or removed, although veterinary assistance is recommended if the pad is hanging. These protective layers can become injured if the dog makes a sudden turn while running at high speed or from moving on rough surfaces.
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Neutered dogs do not have testicles.

However, dogs that are neutered later in life will have fully developed scrotums prior to the surgery.

After surgery their scrotums will be intact but devoid of testicles.

Connective tissue and tied off blood vessels in the scrotum can sometimes look like testicles from a distance.

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Neutered dogs do not have testicles.

However, dogs that are neutered later in life will have fully developed scrotums prior to the surgery.

After surgery their scrotums will be intact but devoid of testicles.

Connective tissue and tied off blood vessels in the scrotum can sometimes look like testicles from a distance.

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Dogs with short or docked tails can still be balanced, especially if they have had a short tail since puppyhood.

These Dogs have grown up using the body they have.

However, if a dog injures his tail in adulthood and loses part or all of the tail, his athletic skills change; his balance will be different.

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In most situations, a lost nail will grow back after a few months.

If your dog does pull the entire nail out, apply pressure to stop bleeding.

In some cases, a replacement toenail may not grow at all.

If regrowth is compromised, the toenail may regrow in an unusual manner.

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