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Any time there is a head injury the animal should be checked out. Even if immediate signs are not showing problems can start over a week or two period. A slow bleed in the brain or swelling can occur as well as problems like seizures. I highly urge you to have the puppy seen as soon as Reasonably possible. You can read more about head injuries here, just click go directly to the site and will take you to information: http://www.petplace.com/article/dogs/diseases-conditions-of-dogs/emergency-trauma-urgent-care/head-trauma-in-dogs
They will do a head Xray and may give some medication to help with swelling and any pain. It is wise to have him in. Just as in people we see delayed problem with head injures and best to err on the side of caution.
Watch for lethargy, sleeping longer, stumbling, eyes darting, Ataxia (walking drunk), nose bleeds, ears bleeding, twitching and seizures. Any of these things can indicate a problem. You can also add vomiting to that list. If I have addressed your concerns, please take a moment to rate my service 5 stars.