Rouke is a hansom wire haired Hungarian Weisler. This amazing dog is really in the
wars, but fortunately has the most dedicated mum, and veterinary team doing all they can for him.
He has come for physiotherapy to rehabilitate, having had a femoral head and neck excision. This means the top of the femur (thigh bone) had been removed. This is a common option when a hip replacement is not appropriate. Rouke also has an extremely complicated skin condition, which added complications to his surgery and recovery.
But he is seeing a specialist veterinary referral centre for his leg and skin, so we hope he is feeling better very soon.