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Post by Floyd&Polly on Thu Jul 21 2016, 11:40

I have a 14 week old staffie who has woken this morning with a limp, she is weight bearing on it and she doesn't appear to be in any pain but the limp is worrying me, still wants to play with my old boy and doesn't seem to be worrying her. She does travel everywhere at a 1000 mph so maybe I'm over-acting and being paranoid.

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Post by LizP on Thu Jul 21 2016, 15:53

I would get it checked. Untreated injuries in very young dogs can cause problems later on. It's better to be safe than sorry.


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Post by -Ian- on Sat Jul 23 2016, 21:46

It could just be a sprain but as Low z says, in young dogs you want to be sure so that nothing reoccurs later in life.

Let us know how you get on Smile


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Post by LizP on Sun Jul 24 2016, 07:52

-Ian- wrote: but as Low z says

Who?  Laughing

Any news on the leg?


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Post by -Ian- on Sun Jul 24 2016, 09:13

LizP wrote:
-Ian- wrote: but as Low z says

Who?  Laughing

Any news on the leg?

I think low z is quiet a good name as it happens whistling

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Re: Advice needed

Post by Mia05 on Mon Jul 25 2016, 14:22

Laughing Laughing until you get a vets appointment take easy on lead walks Smile


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