Bonik drove to the numbers of the three bulls …
The culprit Temko:
In fact, hog, which is directly caused the wound was still less than what was taken first. It fell under a beautiful shot from Minsk, but smaller hog-esteem (even Fota did not) and was responsible for. For which he paid with his life.
But first phot not just. It was the second chopper, which Bonik attacked today.
Only he was lucky. Although this is a whole separate issue.
So our Bonik tsepanul.
To defer the primary can not be used. sew up the wound sooner, the better for the dog. Of course, that everything necessary should be not merely with him, but … himself.
It does not need much: peroxide, needle, thread, scissors. It would be nice clips, well, okay.
Master class holds the honored beater and breeder Yagtererov — Nikolai Belsky.
1. Treat the wound with peroxide, sheared fur around the wound.
Nick uses a conventional small arcuate needle. In the cold, probably, it will be difficult to tinker with it. But there is one.
Information sutures, needles, kinds of sites here
Without the use of the clamps (in this case — the shears) are quite difficult to operate, even at a positive temperature.
Good (for someone who sews) to carry out the operation near a source of heat. Fire, for example.
Bonik bravely suffers procedure. Yagd. No encroachments on the opposition. Full humility and calm. No aides, no muzzles. It’s — Bonik!
Sometimes the needle piercing the skin pulls back foot …
Units tally as you know. Knot removes all the questions.
Each stitch is completing a separate unit. Surplus cut off.
Kohl adds a couple of stitches in "narrowest point". Drainage may not be necessary. If only the edges were intact, but there would be no infection.
Sprinkle the wound streptotsida.
In the near future to the competent veterinarian. You might also need antibiotics.
We continue to monitor closely the progress of healing and react quickly to any changes for the worse.
Several weeks passed and Bonik already back to work. On weekends from under him and his partner, Bertha took a few wild boars.
Andrew Nemanskiy29 June 2012 at 09:54