Shoulda breedersellapuppywithahernia? Because herniasare genetic, it is not recommended to breed dogs with umbilical hernias. Dogs with large herniasthat required surgery to remove should definitely not be bred.
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Is it OK to buy a puppy with a hernia?
Most of the hernias in puppies are treatable. However, before buying a puppy with a hernia, ask the breeder to get them treated first. If your breeder has got the puppy treated and has recovered from the surgery or the treatment, then it is entirely okay to buy a puppy with a hernia.
Can a female dog with a hernia be spayed?
Females who are to be spayed, can have the hernia repaired with the spay. I’d either discount the puppies, or offer to pay for the hernia repair if it is indeed needed at maturity. Be ready for some vets to charge more than your vet.
What dog breeds are prone to inguinal hernias?
Some puppy breeds that are most prone to developing inguinal hernia are Maltese, Pomeranian, Bull Terrier, English Springer Spaniel, Cocker Spaniel, Cairn Lhasa Apso, Australian Cattle Dog, Basset Hound, Miniature Pinscher, Basenji, Pekinese, Collie, and West Highland Terrier. The video below will help you understand Inguinal Hernia in puppies
How much does an inguinal hernia cost for a dog?
However, any treatment that involves a minor surgery for an inguinal hernia can cost somewhere around $150-$500. Pet owners may have to spend up to $1000 to treat the inguinal hernia for more severe cases.