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That's not her knee, it's her pastern. And it looks perfectly normal for her age. Some young dogs have very weak, overangulated pastern joints, but hers is just fine. Growing joints often look knobby because the growth plates on the bones create a bulge. Once she's done growing, that will disappear.
 

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That's not her knee, it's her pastern. And it looks perfectly normal for her age. Some young dogs have very weak, overangulated pastern joints, but hers is just fine. Growing joints often look knobby because the growth plates on the bones create a bulge. Once she's done growing, that will disappear.
Haha sorry I forgot the term and just love saying knobby knees truthfully. I’m glad they look adequate and not weak! When will she be done growing? Height wise I guess.
 
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