I just heard back. The pup didn't show any incontinence--but her case was much less severe, too. Only a small part of her rectum was prolapsed and there was never any real irritation before the surgery was done. So I guess there's nothing there in the way of enlightenment... :sad:
Is this puppy in MN? Have they tried a referral to the U of MN VTH?
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