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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 10-19-2014, 09:52 PM Thread Starter
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Limping at 4 months

So I noticed my puppy limping at 4 months when she walked. Trot and Running were fine. So we kept her exercise limited the best we could for a crazy puppy for the last month. She is now 5 months and everything looked fine until she was running like a crazy dog on saturday and I noticed again today she was limping on the back right leg going for walk. Shortly after that she saw a squirrel in the back yard and went right after it full speed not showing any sign of pain or the limp. I understand that pano is usually in the front legs correct? The vet told me that if it was a hip issue it would effect the trot and the running so we didnt do an xray. Anyone have any idea's?
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pano can affect all the legs.

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Thank you very much. I have not noticed it this week at well. She turned 6 months old yesterday! She has been on Grain Free food with a glycoflex and vitamin C supplements since she was with the breeder as little puppy so I am really hoping for strong and well developed joints.
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