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3 months puppy back legs problem

I have three months puppy from some days i feel that puppy is walking wobbly from back legs what I should do.please guide me.
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post #2 of 23 (permalink) Old 06-17-2016, 09:08 AM
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Define wobbly. Shepherds are not like some popular breeds. They aren't born with muscle, they have to build it. Walking, running, playing will build that.
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If u watch video on YouTube ( gsd puppy sam ) then u come to know that have which wobbly.
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Post a link to the video, or embed it.
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That is a link which i was taking about please chrck and advice me.
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Please watch this video and tell me that it is normal or need to do something.
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I have three months puppy from some days i feel that puppy is walking wobbly from back legs what I should do.please guide me.
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Define wobbly. Shepherds are not like some popular breeds. They aren't born with muscle, they have to build it. Walking, running, playing will build that.
Please check this video below which i post.
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post #9 of 23 (permalink) Old 06-18-2016, 08:00 AM
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Hi Niaz - I watched the video and it looks like a normal, long-legged, loose-jointed puppy to me. Nothing to worry about. He is growing in spurts, and at different rates, so being uncoordinated and awkward is pretty common at this age, and will go away.

He looks to be in good shape, and in good weight - keep him lean with regular exercise and he will be fine. His back legs will get stronger as he matures.

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My dog was the same at that age! He is just growing into those legs I think.
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