You do absolutely nothing other than taking it to a vet.
You are not a veterinarian, you have no idea if it is actually dislocated.
The leg could be broken. The bone might have split. The socket could have cracked. And so on.
If you attempt to "fix" what seems to be a dislocated leg on your dog and it turns out to actually be a split bone, you could internally shred his veins with the sharp bone fragments and cause him to bleed to death in a matter of minutes.
Take the dog to a vet to be looked at professionally. The vet may need to do an x-ray.
The treatment options depend on where the dislocation is (top, knee or ankle), how it's dislocated and if there is any other bone damage. The dog may need surgery, the dog may need to be anaesthetised for his and the vet's safety, the dog may need to be shaved and have a numbing substance sprayed on his skin to freeze the nerves and so on.
Since your animal is in pain, I would consult with a vet A.S.A.P. Only a professional can help. They will probably give your dog muscle relaxers or even "freeze" the joint with an injection in order to "fix" the joint. I always use the adage "If it was a child, what would I need my parent(you) to do?" Help your beloved pet. If you cannot afford this service, call around to other vets, make payment plans, offer a trade of some sort to a neighbor in exchange for a $$$ donation. Be creative and find ANY way to help your pet. Thanks
If your dogs leg is dislocated to him to an animal hospital immediately so he can get proper treatment.
if you want it cheap for $200
There are a couple of ways to fix a dislocated chicken leg. The best way is to take it to a vet.
A dislocated dog shoulder can easily be fixed by taking them to a veterinarian.
A dislocated dog leg should be checked out by a veterinarian. The vet may be able to get it back into place manually, the leg will then be wrapped.
Head to the vet ASAP!
That depends what is wrong with the hip. Even if it is something minor, I suggest taking the animal to a hospital asap
take it to the vet. they are specially trained to do things like that.
Fixing the dislocated hip of a canine is not something a pet owner can do safely. Trying to do so without experience very likely will cause more problems and suffering for the dog than help it. Take the dog to a vet.
No it is not
It starts screaming my back is dislocated (shoulder or hip) and then starts pooing every where especially in your bed
can a broken leg in a peacock be fix
This is the stupidest question ever but i think not
I would take her/him to a vet because i honestly don't know. I'm sorry. I don't want to tell you anything that is not right! I hope i helped slightly. Bye xx
if you dont fix your dislocated/broken jaw it will pain you badly. i recommend seeing a doctor for sugery then getting it wired up then in few weeks time.. POOF ur betterz! :)
Take it to your veterinarian. How you treat the calf depends on whether the calf has a broken leg or dislocated joint.
You go to the doctor, he drugs you up, then he pops it back in place.
If you think that the hip is dislocated, then the dog needs to be at the vet. Would you want to be laying around with YOUR hip dislocated? If the leg is not bothering him with applied pressure, the chances are slim that it's dislocated. Unless it's a very slight dislocation or it's just not seated right. If my dog had been limping for a day, waiting another day would not be an option. Dogs limp because they are in pain - not for fun. My dog would be at an emergency vet getting pain meds and a diagnosis.
A dislocated knee occurs when the bones in the knee structure are out of place. Generally this can only happen after a major trauma such has a car accident, a fall or something that severely jars the leg. Your knee will look deformed, your leg will appear crooked and there will be numbness in your foot. When a dislocated knee relocates, there can be a lot of pain and swelling. It is advisable for you to seek medical assistance if your discomfort does not subside.
A puppy's leg may not be dislocated if you don't feel anything out of place and it looks normal, but it may still be injured. Your puppy may just have a sore muscle, but she may also have a broken bone or other damage. Take her to a veterinarian if she continues to limp.
you repeat the same exact thing twice then it pops back into place.
The leg will be at an abnormal angle, the cat will not be able to put weight on the injured limb, they may also be meowing or thrashing in pain.
I don't think he broke his leg, Niall said something about how his knee is killing him... so i'm guessing he dislocated it.
She slipped in ballistics gel, and dislocated her knee.
I guess I will post an obvious suggestion that you get an x-ray taken at the local emergency room.
I'm not completely sure of the details but I know for definite that he dislocated it while he was dancing.