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The puppy, named Skipper, could also be the primary dog to survive together with her rare conditions.


Every dog owner likely thinks their canine is one among a sort, but a newborn puppy named Skipper is unique — she was born with six legs and two tails, consistent with news reports.

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Her vets say Skipper could also be the primary dog to change state alive together with her particular set of congenital conditions, or conditions that are present at birth.


"This may be a miracle named Skipper. Literally," staff at Neel Veterinary Hospital in Oklahoma, where Skipper was treated, wrote during a post on their Facebook page. "She has survived longer than we suspect the other canine has … together with her combination of congenital conditions," the hospital wrote, adding that "published research doesn't indicate one [a dog with these conditions] has been born alive."


Skipper may be a mix between a Border collie and an Australian shepherd; and she or he was a part of a litter of nine puppies born on Feb. 16, consistent with CNN.


The veterinarians diagnosed Skipper with two congenital disorders called monosepalous dipygus and monosepalous rachipagus brachium tetrapods, "which simply means she has 1 head and thoracic cavity but 2 pelvic regions, 2 lower urinary tracts, 2 reproductive systems, 2 tails, and 6 legs among other things," the Facebook post said.


The skipper was likely a part of a twin within the womb, "and when the embryo tried to separate, it didn't fully separate," Dr. Tina Neel, owner of the Neel Veterinary Hospital, told CNN.


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Skipper also has signs of rachischisis, a congenital anomaly during which the vertebral column doesn't close properly during development.


Despite her rare conditions, Skipper appears healthy. "Her organs appear to be in great shape," and she or he is growing appropriately, consistent with the Facebook post. "All of her legs move and answer stimulus a bit like a traditional puppy," the post said.


Skipper may have physiotherapy and help with mobility as she gets older. "We will still research her conditions, monitor her development during rechecks, and help keep Skipper pain-free and cozy for the remainder of life."


The newborn pup has also won quite the subsequent, together with her "Skipper's Journey" page already drawing nearly 28,000 Facebook fans.

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