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how can i help her?

My younger sister dropped my teacup maltese, she yelped for a minute and was whimpering but now she seems tired and a little weak, she's taking a nap after eating...also abt a min after she was dropped she peed a little...only a few drops....when you hold her back legs firmly she snaps and whimpers. PLEASE HELP ME IM SOOOO WORRIEDDDD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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974371 tn?1424653129
Totally agree with Jan.  do get her to the Vet to get checked.  I would not suggest moving her around or trying to manipulate anything.  Let stay quiet.  If she seems in pain or too lethargic, get her to a Vet ASAP
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PLEASE TAKE HER TO YOUR VET AS SOON AS
POSSIBLE...this will ease your mind and you will
know if she is alright so you do not  have to worry.
From what you are saying YES she might have been
injured, snapping and whimpering when her back legs
are touched "firmly" could be a sign she had been hurt
and she needs more help than you can get on a on line
message board.
No one here can TREAT HER OR HELP HER,PLEASE
TAKE HER TO YOUR VET.
I wish there was some way someone here could help
but she needs to be examined and checked,something
no one here is able to do.
Please come back and let us know how your little girl
is doing.
Jan
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