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"The Lumpy Limpy Leg"

Thor is a male Siberian Husky who had a progressively growing tumour on the posterior aspect of his right elbow. It did not seem to be causing Thor any pain but the owners decided to have it removed before it created any problems. Performing tumour surgery on the limb is always challenging due to the lack of loose skin to allow for a tension free closure of the surgical site. Thor’s surgery went very well and was running around again in no time.



Case Studies
"Gus the Yellow Cat "
Gus is a 2 year old male neutered domestic shorthaired cat who presented with a history of not eating and being lethargic for a week. On ...
"I Gotta Go"
Beau is a male neutered domestic short haired cat that had been urinating around the house for no apparent reason. His physical exam ...
"The Lumpy Limpy Leg"
Thor is a male Siberian Husky who had a progressively growing tumour on the posterior aspect of his right elbow. It did not seem to be ...
"Foot Versus Lawnmower"
Chelsey is a Border Collie who got a little too close to her owner’s running lawnmower and ended up losing 2 toes from her left front paw. ...
"A Pain in the Neck"
Chubby was brought in for examination of a deep wound around the circumference of her neck that was created by an elastic band. It was ...


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Davis Drive Animal Clinic
891 Davis Drive, Newmarket, ON
Phone: 905-898-4315
Email: info@davisdrivevet.com

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Friday: 8:00am - 5:00pm
Saturday: 9:00am - 1:00pm
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