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Meghan Markle's Dog Reportedly Breaks Two Legs

Meghan Markle's Dog Reportedly Breaks Two Legs

Meghan Markle‘s beloved rescue dog Guy is reportedly undergoing treatment right now after recently breaking two of his legs.

It is not known how the injuries happened, but the future princess is reportedly “distraught” and “very upset,” according to Mail on Sunday.

Meghan‘s pup is reportedly being treated by “super vet” Noel Fitzpatrick and her fiance Prince Harry has joined her while visiting Guy at a treatment facility in Surrey.

Guy has been living with Meghan in the UK “for a while,” she said in her engagement interview. Her other dog Bogart had to stay across the pond with one of her friends as he is too old to fly.

See a photo that Meghan posted on Instagram a little over a year ago.

Me and my guy. Good to be home. #snuggles #homesweethome #adoptdontshop

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  • wearing

    That’s what happened to my cat when we moved to a new place as a kid. She didn’t know the area and ended up getting run over. I’m assuming that’s what happened with her dog. The place looks like a home, but it has all of those roads and other people living there.

  • persononhere

    so she dumps one dog to move there and allows this one to break 2 legs. dog owner of the year!

  • Tonya

    People can be so harsh…she didn’t dump one dog- she left it with friends- to dump a dog is to carry it somewhere and leave it…Maybe the dog is sick & the best way to prolong it’s life is to not fly it thousands of miles or subject it to invasive measures (needed to enter the UK)… The other dog…might have been accidentally hit by a car – who knows but to chastise someone for something neither you or I know the details is harsh.

  • Tonya

    I hope that your cat is okay now :)

  • persononhere

    sweetheart, there are no “invasive measures” to get a dog overseas anymore, things such as quarantine have advanced to the point of being 0-3 days. the dog could have come, especially since her new bf has some pull with the government and airlines that an average guy doesn’t. if you adopt something, you adopt it for life. if you adopt a baby, you don’t get to leave it with a friend when you move, and if you take the baby with you you protect it from injury. she adopted one dog just to dump it behind and obviously didn’t care for this one. she’s obviously careless and self-absorbed and now 2 dogs have suffered b/c of her.

  • Tonya

    https://www.gov.uk/take-pet-abroad

    https://healthypets.mercola.com/sites/healthypets/archive/2010/08/31/tips-for-pet-safety-during-travel-and-flights.aspx

    A dog is not a human…it is a dog…

    but I understand what you are saying…I loved all my animals (to me they were my kids)…However, when I had to relocate I had to leave them behind…

    Years ago my mother accidentally killed one of my dogs…she was not careless- it was an accident- to this day she cries when she remembers

  • persononhere

    i’m sorry, but you don’t leave animals behind, and especially in her situation where we all know she could bring them along. why just bring the one? it was like she made a deliberate choice, in your case you left them all but she picked. i saw the link – my parents do quarantine b/c they live 6 months in another country. you start the quarantine process in your home country for 6 months to a year and then finish it for a few days in the new country. quarantine just means having proper shots and documents together showing no illness in the pet. she just didn’t want to take it. she could even have her friends do the quarantine for her, it comes down to basic lack of responsibility. it speaks to her character, which we’ll all see more of as time progresses. Happy Holidays! :-)

  • Truvey Taylor

    Thank you, Mother Theresa. You’re a perfect human being. Happy now?!?

  • Tonya

    Persononhere, I agree …Time will reveal all… because…

    “People seldom change. Only their masks do. It is only our perception of them and the perception they have of themselves that actually change. “– Shannon L. Alder

    Happy Holidays!!!

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  • Casey C

    SHE ISNT A FUTURE PRINCESS

  • Casey C

    or the dog tried jumping off something too high, or ran into something ( had a dog that ran full tilt into a wall for no apparent reason, he just didn’t stop) or he fell. there are a bunch of reasons an animal can’t hurt itselt

  • Casey C

    animals gets hurt. maybe he tried jumping off something too high, maybe he ran into something, maybe he ran out in front of or behind a vehicle. i don’t hear you chastising every other animal owner who has to rush to the vet because their pet becomes injured. IT HAPPENS. When my family relocated, we had to really decide on taking our cat from UK to States. even if it’s ‘easy’ according to you, it’s super super stressful on the animal, and he was old, you have no idea what the situation was, or the full health report of the animal, but you are so quick to judge. must be nice to be perfect

  • Casey C

    Quarantine is NOT 0-3 days. its four months. when I brought my cat back from the US it was 6 months and its very stressful on the animal and the human, trust me. our cat was allowed out of his cage on our first visit to see him, but after that he was in that cage 24 hours a day for six months. perhaps that was too much for the dog

  • persononhere

    well i didn’t need you to tell me i’m perfect, but thanks anyway

  • persononhere

    that was probably because you did not do it at home beforehand and moved straight away to where you were going. they do not quarantine for that period of time any longer unless the owner cannot do it at home. you didn’t do it right, so your animal paid the price. another dumb animal owner.

  • Amairany

    She won’t be a princess. She’ll probably be the Duchess of something.

  • persononhere

    it happens of course, but why? because the owner is careless. and you’re a nobody, she is going to be royalty, so her dogs could have probably flown in a private jet with a vet on board. she has 5 million and not enough to bring a pet on an 8 hour flight? okay. support stupidity.

  • Casey C

    it is NOT 0-3 days. it is 4 months. it was 6 months when we did it because it was twenty years ago, and there was no option to do it at home, it was in a kennel or the animal was put down. Im British, Im aware of quarantine laws. we take rabies really seriously here, because we don’t have it. you don’t know what other health issues her dog has/had tht might have made the trip dangerous for it. just live with it. the dog wasn’t thrown out onto the street when she moved, it was rehomed. get over it.

  • persononhere

    This is from the US website, where Meghan is from, and even if she was in Canada it applies. ” Many dog lovers were excited to hear about Britain’s PETS (Pet Travel
    Scheme) Program. This program permits qualifying countries to allow
    people traveling with dogs to avoid the lengthy 6 month U.K. pet
    quarantine. Back on November 20, 2002, Britain announced that effective
    December 11, 2002, both the U.S. and Canada are now considered
    qualifying countries.” Guess you’re just a British idiot and can welcome Meghan into your fold now.

  • Casey C

    That only applies if the animal comes over within five days of your travel. otherwise other rules apply. we don’t know when the dog came over. also the dogs were adopted, very stringent paperwork is required to bring an animal here, it may not have the necessary paperwork backdated far enough to make it through. or it was too old. or it didn’t travel well. just get over it. she didn’t bring the dog.

  • imsn

    the dog is too old she didnt dump him