10-02-2017, 10:21 PM
Join Date: Jun 2017
Location: near Reading, PA
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I'm so sorry your puppy had such a severe injury. At this point, I think your vet would be the best person to what your pup's chances are of recovery and what his quality of life may be after, but I'm inclined to think that a vet wouldn't even suggest surgery if there wasn't a good chance of him recovering and having a normal life.
I will say that I've seen perfectly happy and healthy and active dogs running around on three legs and ones using wheelchairs because of paralysis, so even if he doesn't regain full function of his legs, it doesn't necessarily mean a diminished quality of life.
I'll keep you and your pup in my thoughts and hope for the best for him.
Welcome to the forum. I'm sorry that what brought you here was a sad matter, but I hope you get the help and info you need. :-)