Here is the wound as presented.
After debriding the edges and some of the dead, dirty tissue
The problem with this wound though, is that there is a ton of damaged tissue still remaining. Also much of the remaining skin is not attached to the underlying subcutaneous tissue and muscles (think skinned alive but with the skin still on). This can compromise the blood supply to the skin meaning that even though we closed the wound additional skin could still die and she may need additional surgery-hence the more than meets they eye! Although what you can see in the pictures alone is pretty impressive.
After the suturing it looks pretty good. Hopefully it stays that way. She is being treated with antibiotics, pain meds and laser therapy. We suspect she was bitten and shook by a larger dog. There were some additional puncture wounds and it's just too much damage for getting cut on the fence, nail, etc. In a way she was lucky, but she may still have a long way to go if that luck does not hold up.