Look At This Pups Leg!

  • Published on:  1/13/2018
  • Hope had an angular limb deformity that needed attention. After weighing our options we decided that amputation would yield the best quality of life for this girl. For those of you who would like to see the uncensored version of this video for educational purposes, please follow this link:https://youtu.be/yCzVW0edOHIVet Ranch Shirts!!! http://www.RanchMerch.comhttps://www.facebook.com/VetRanchhttps://instagram.com/vet_ranchIf you are interested in helping with animals in the future, please visit our partners at http://www.abandonedpetproject.org to learn more and to donate if you would like. Abandoned Pet Project is a 501(c)(3), tax exempt non-profit organization. There is no shortage of pets in need, so every donation means more lives we can positively change. Music: ❰Chillstep❱ Sappheiros - Time Stands Stillhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7PM1i...


  • Heather Bee 1 years ago

    I honestly can't believe the amount if critical comments there are on here doubting a professional's judgement. For anyone the watches VetRanch on a regular basis, you will know that Dr. Dave's videos are short and the the point; he is not always the best at full explainations like Dr. Matt and Dr. Karri. Y'all have to remember that this is a charitable organization that doesn't have unlimited funds, but at the same time, they do what is best in the interest of the particular animal. Those who are q...

  • Stephanie Lorenzini 4 months ago

    Well, Heather, I don't know about angular deformities and what you said is something to keep in mind. I wonder though, if a very wealthy person came in with Hope what the vets would have recommended? The POSSIBLE reality of limited funds put aside.

  • Gael Crane 6 months ago

    sara why don’t u educate yourselves and look up the HUGE amount of money these vets make of of the utube Chanel alone? Doesn’t even count the money that is donated.

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  • Esther Bonney 7 months ago

    #ilovemygoats 🤗

  • leah justice 10 months ago

    Hoi bork I'm doge I will eat all zee kibble

  • jmconant 1 years ago

    Why are so many people are upset that the dogs leg was amputated? If she wasn’t rescued to begin with she would’ve been put down. So I think getting one leg amputated and getting adopted vs death is way better???! They are the professionals. They’ve done some pretty crazy surgeries on here. Don’t you think if there was a good chance, they would’ve tried to save her leg? 🤦🏻‍♀️ And this is a nonprofit. The more money they can conserve, the more LIVES they can save.

  • Gael Crane 6 months ago

    mandolinman2006 they make a ton of money of of their utube Chanel, educate yourself and check it out. Very sad all the amputations that are done.

  • Gael Crane 6 months ago

    DQABlack why four money in your argument?? Do u have any idea on how much they make?? Look it up and u won’t worry so much.

  • Furtastic Friends 1 years ago

    What a beautiful dog!! Thank you Vet Ranch!!!

  • XxDatDennyKidxX 1 years ago

    I didn’t realize this on till now but this was posted on my birthday

  • Riley Burke 1 years ago

    Meeka & Zaya's Momma I

  • Carol Handy 1 years ago

    Beautiful girl!! My friend has a deaf dog and has done just fine. The amputation was the right thing to do for her. Wish I could adopt her.

  • lmao

  • TheJester 22 1 years ago

    TehZooNee What??? They amputated it because its foot was deformed and caused pain to the dog

  • MsWDWFAN1 1 years ago

    Beautiful dog! She'll have a forever home in no time!

  • Damien Dixon 1 years ago

    MsWDWFAN1 ya she definitely will she's a beautiful dog

  • Joann Wheeler 1 years ago

    Awww, adorable girl.... not hard to tell how much better she is feeling. Thank for sharing this awesome video.

  • Wendy Truxel 1 years ago

    Joann Wheeler abaandomnomore.com Good to know!

  • Janka Korenova 1 years ago

    I love doctor Dave ❤ he is always so gentle and sweet with the animals

  • Tommy Staylor 1 years ago

    Yan - ka what happened to dr Matt

  • Jishnu 1 years ago

    vet ranch? more like vet-angel

  • Winter Gamer 1 years ago

    LegacyFA Yeah!!!!❤❤

  • Christine Murphy 1 years ago

    Amputation was so much better for her, 6-8 weeks is a long time for a pup, especially if it was going to cause her more pain. And it might not have worked anyways. She can get around just fine on three legs, and she was able to find comfort and fun so much faster. You made the right choice ❤️

  • Alva Es 10 months ago

    Celisar1 you don’t sound like a professional vet.

  • True @Celisar1, tripawds are more susceptible to arthritis due to the missing limb, but can you imagine the possible future medical issues that could have arisen had they attempted surgery to fix the deformity?Tripawds live great, active lives. The thing that matters most is making sure the animal receives the proper care afterward to help reduce things like arthritis.Hope looks like she'll be lean enough that the missing limb won't interfere with her well-being, and with the amputation being done ...