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I have a dog that ripped his paw yesterday.Today he won`t eat , he`s drooling and the cut is swollen

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First thing I would check is the obvious like something that stuck to her paw. Even if you don't see it, you can try slightly squeezing her paw and she seems to be hurt and recoils her paw, that could be the culprit, you have to find a way to get that out. If not hurt, might be an itch caused by a tick or similar. Check between her toes, a very common place for those pest to hide.
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