Mango was brought to Pasha Wing at the CGS Hospital with signs of severe coughing and Respiratory Distress in Dogs. Upon examination and tests, he was diagnosed with a critical Diaphragmatic hernia in dogs, a condition where the abdominal organs had moved into his chest, posing a grave threat to his life. Without wasting any time, the CGS Team stabilised Mango and prepared for an emergency corrective surgery. The operation was a success and Mango’s road to recovery began. Now, a month later, Mango is well, living his best life! Kudos to the brave dog, his supportive caretakers, and the entire team at CGS Veterinary Hospital.