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06-18-2014 11:53 AM
wolfy dog
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I'm glad for him! I wouldnt' let him over do it though. Otto suffered terribly with pano. Days he felt better, he'd play too hard and while he wouldn't limp the next day, he was always tired because the muscles just weren't up for that level of play.
I keep an eye on it. Sometimes I see a slight limp. I won't let him jump out of the car or from equipment in the agility room, keep him on leash down the stairs etc. I am too happy with his progress and making sure to protect his structure. At 7 months he is weighing 80 lbs! So I don't feel like he is off the hook yet.
06-18-2014 02:04 AM
Ellimaybel Very happy to hear this! I know how much you've been struggling while he goes through it. I'm having one issue after another with Gunther right now so I hope to come back and share a story like this soon! So happy for you both
06-17-2014 10:21 PM
SunCzarina I'm glad for him! I wouldnt' let him over do it though. Otto suffered terribly with pano. Days he felt better, he'd play too hard and while he wouldn't limp the next day, he was always tired because the muscles just weren't up for that level of play.
06-17-2014 09:31 PM
Mary Beth Great news! Hope DDog has outgrown it.
06-17-2014 11:52 AM
Apoolutz Yay!! So happy your boy is feeling better, Gunner is 7 months now and I worry so much about him getting it, but so far so good.
06-17-2014 01:51 AM
wolfy dog
Pano free walk

Today, for the very first time in months: finally a walk without limping!!!! Swimming, walking, running and no Pano symptoms. Not even this evening.
I hope he is really beating it.

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