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05-21-2014 08:01 PM
SkippyShadowCat Thanks for the advice. I read that it can get better as he grows? I'm hoping it does
05-21-2014 11:24 AM
Anubis_Star Probably just an odd puppy gait and foot placement and nothing to worry about. If his feet do naturally turn out a significant amount, there is worry about arthrits in the carpals later on in life from uneven wear and tear. I would just keep him on good joint supplements, glucosamine and salmon oil, once he is older. But he will likely be fine
05-21-2014 06:58 AM
K9POPPY Nothing to worry about, known as " easy- westy" , just a difference in foot placement, some dogs just do it this way-
05-21-2014 06:10 AM
SkippyShadowCat Hope this is better
05-21-2014 06:00 AM
fridaks Can you put a picture where we can see it clealry?
05-21-2014 05:55 AM
SkippyShadowCat
Abnormal legs in pup

I've noticed my pups stands a little funny he is 5 mos and His toes point out on his front legs. Is there anything I can do to help correct it or just help it? What health issues may come of it?

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