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black_tan86
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Hernia in 2yr old female

I have a 2yr old female that just went out of heat. I noticed tonight while hunting she has developed a hernia on her belly button. I have never dealt with a hernia in a dog. I plan to take her to the vet monday. Just wandering if any one had dealt with this in a adult dog before. And what is the out come or the fix. Thanks

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My squirrel dog had a hernia in her belly. Vet repaired it and she is fine.

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