Bones that are more brittle or susceptible to breaking than usual. The most commonly broken bones are the: pelvis, skull, jaw, spine, and femur. Bones in cats and dogs don\\\'t break without a reason, usually a trauma or a fall causes the bones to break. In case of a broken bone, always consult a veterinarian immediately. Do not try to re-set a fracture.
How to Recognize
If you seem to always be taking your pet to the vet for broken bones, your pet may have bones that fracture more easily than most.
A broken bone is usually the result of trauma. Smaller breeds tend to break bones more easily.
Veterinarians will give your pet an anesthetic and then will re-set the bone.
Bones That Fracture Easily Affects