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09-20-2015 01:43 PM
Stonevintage Mine did that a lot. I was very concerned when she was 9 mos old and it was still happening. Mine has a long body type and is tall. She also had a slight arch to her back. She was a gangly teenager and all out of proportion. They grow at different rates. Summer settled and is more in proportion now at 15 mos. The back is straight as the spine has grown and her legs, neck and shoulders have caught up to the length of her body. She has gained muscle and strong tendons, this has made a difference in her gait running and trotting.
09-20-2015 12:57 PM
wick
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How did everything turn out my 9 month old is doing the same thing
I obviously am not the original poster but I have seen multiple threads asking the same thing. Some turn out to have HD others turn out to be 100% normal. The only way to be sure is X Rays, so if your worried that will be more useful than asking for advise on here :/
09-20-2015 12:43 PM
bdirenzo0102 How did everything turn out my 9 month old is doing the same thing
02-09-2014 07:39 PM
Doc Relax and give your pup some time to grow. Bones and joints are probably still developing along with muscle mass.
02-09-2014 03:55 PM
Mocha
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Haha I once called my boyfriend because max was snoring in a way I thought wasn't normal.. Haha


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Hahahah I haven't done that... Yet


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02-09-2014 02:22 AM
tottie86
Bunny Hop//Cow hocks??

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Hahaha that's pretty much my life in a nutshell. My boy could sleep wrong and I'll call my boyfriend about it with whatever diagnosis I've come up with in my head !


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Haha I once called my boyfriend because max was snoring in a way I thought wasn't normal.. Haha


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01-29-2014 04:06 PM
Mocha
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Oh don't worry I am just the same- I'm always concerned there's something wrong with my boy max. My boyfriend too often tells me he is nuts.. We should be friends, we are could talk about our concerns together Hahahha


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Hahaha that's pretty much my life in a nutshell. My boy could sleep wrong and I'll call my boyfriend about it with whatever diagnosis I've come up with in my head !


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01-29-2014 01:20 AM
tottie86
Bunny Hop//Cow hocks??

Oh don't worry I am just the same- I'm always concerned there's something wrong with my boy max. My boyfriend too often tells me he is nuts.. We should be friends, we are could talk about our concerns together Hahahha


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01-20-2014 05:08 PM
Mocha
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I know what you mean about being paranoid. My little guy is 5 months and I always freak myself out. Every week though he seems to hop less and less. Sometimes he hops up stairs, other times he goes up them normal. Same with running, when he goes fast, it looks like he hops, but each week it looks like his is figuring out those huge feet and long legs. You have a beautiful dog!
Ugh I must be just freaking out then! Now that you mention it, he does seem to alternate. When he's just walking or trotting he seems fine. He really only does it when he's trying to keep up with the gang. Stairs he casually trots up and down as well. I'm going to wait it out and if it persists then I'll head to X-rays. Regardless of if it persists I still plan on doing pre-limns at 12 months. And thank you!!


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01-20-2014 08:16 AM
ChetsDad I know what you mean about being paranoid. My little guy is 5 months and I always freak myself out. Every week though he seems to hop less and less. Sometimes he hops up stairs, other times he goes up them normal. Same with running, when he goes fast, it looks like he hops, but each week it looks like his is figuring out those huge feet and long legs. You have a beautiful dog!
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