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post #11 of 18 (permalink) Old 12-22-2012, 08:50 PM
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tks selzer get much snow from the super size storm ? just started here in jersey.
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Now I am obsessing.
Do people do strengthening exercises with their dogs to help it?
I hope I didn't add to your worry

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I am a little worried.
It would kill me if she ended up with wicked hip dysplasia (so?) at a young age.


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have you checked with the breeder ?
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This post is helpful to ME.
It's a mastiff site, but the pics posted show difference stances and types.
Forums / General Health / STANCE (correct and incorrect limbs) - Neapolitan Mastiff Information & Photo Gallery


I'd talk to her breeder and your vet about this.


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have you checked with the breeder ?
The breeder is a little defensive, so checking with her wouldn't help anything I don't think.
This is her first set of pups that she sold (I think)
This dog is just full of problems!


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It's a mastiff site, but the pics posted show difference stances and types.
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I'd talk to her breeder and your vet about this.
Thank you so much!


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Who is the breeder?

If she's isn't a reputable one, there could be your problem. A good breeder will be there for the puppy no matter what, it's their responsibility until that dog is deceased - they brought it into the world!

And you're welcome, don't fret too much.


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Who is the breeder?

If she's isn't a reputable one, there could be your problem. A good breeder will be there for the puppy no matter what, it's their responsibility until that dog is deceased - they brought it into the world!

And you're welcome, don't fret too much.
How do you mean she is responsible?

I will post pictures/video of her running and standing, later.
I read about early hip dysplasia (sp?) it looks like we can get her hip replacements if need be. I better start saving


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