I think the pup is likely fine. When my adults were going thru puppyhood they walked odd but as they got bigger and grew into their bodies they were fine. I have a 11 month old now going thru the same thing although he is over the walk. I just figured he was trying to be a model. I would not panic.
2 things: if you think your dog has a problem, go to the vet.
And stop throwing the ball. That won't help anything if something is wrong
When there's a limp, both pano and HD are diagnosed by x-ray. Pano usually shows up in the long bones as a darkened area of inflammation. HD requires an evaluation of the joint -- how the ball is sitting in the socket. Unless somebody here has x-ray vision, they're not going to be able to diagnose for you -- only speculate.
Juvenile oddities in gait can be skeletal deformities, injuries or even just plain old muscle tone (even imbalances in conditioning) -- or just lack of coordination during growth spurts. There's a lot of possibilities. You can't rule out the deformities without an xray, as you can even have several of these things going on at once. That's why crowd sourcing diagnosis is rarely productive -- it's great to come up with questions to ask the vet, but it's rarely going to do much beyond that.
How did the X-rays turn out?Yes thank you! I am aware it all takes X-rays to determine if there is anything, which he is scheduled to get done. We have gone to a vet. I’m not looking for a diagnoses, but people’s opinions and personal experiences from either or both.