Benji was rushed to VREC after his owners witnessed him being hit by a car. After the incident he refused to use his right forelimb. Our emergency staff made sure he was stable and took several radiographs on his limbs and thorax to ensure he didn’t have any serious internal injuries. Radiographs revealed Benji was suffering from a radius ulna fracture, a common type of fracture in dogs (especially small/toy breeds). Fortunately, Benji’s fracture did not require a corrective surgery – he simply needed a splint and several re-checks to re-bandage the area after an evaluation of the progress.