As they fought, blood splattered all over the walls and floor, and the wolf, getting nearer the scent of its intended prey, pushed the brave dog closer to the cradle. Panting furiously, the wolf thrust Gelert right at its base and overturned it, splattering the baby’s coverlets with blood in the process. Miraculously, the baby continued to sleep soundly, ignorant of the mortal danger it was in. But Gelert, now sensing the imminent danger to his ward, fought back, drove his opponent to the opposite corner and Csank his teeth into the wolf’s throat.
Everyone would prefer a sprained foot to a broken foot, as the time to heal and level of pain involved increases severally with a broken foot. Some patients will continuously try standing on their foot to determine if it is broken, this is not recommended and can actually make the break much worse. The quickest way to find relief is to seek medical attention instantly.