I'm not an expert with xrays unless there is something major to see, which I don't see here.
I will say that I don't necessarily agree that xrays should wait and puppy's have loose hips, etc. In my personal experience working at the vet years ago I seen more then one pup have severe hip Dysplasia by 6 months old. One that stands out was a beautiful golden that couldn't even walk, because it was so bad. My own golden was only about 16 months when his hip dislocated. I often wonder if I could have caught thatwith a couple xrays earlier on. I always say go with your gut and if need be get a second opinion, but I won't ever say it's not possible to see hip Dysplasia in a young dog. Robyn(my female GSD) had looser hips, they always told me she will learn to control her back end, etc--she does have hip Dysplasia. My male GSD never had those same loose hips and X-rays showed good hips. Is there a connection there? It would be interesting to see how many pups that had obvious looser hips ended up with hip Dysplasia versus those that didn't have looser hips and ended up with hip Dysplasia?
Misty- Samoyed Mix, Tannor- Golden Retriever CGC
Robyn- GSD CGC, TC, Midnite-GSD CGC,TC, Brennan-Golden Retriever CGC, Batman-Husky/Greyhound , Apollo-GSD