No problem, although I think they're just trying to help, they've seen a lot of situations similar to these, and it is something you should prepare for because you never know what complications can arise, but that being said I wouldn't count her out personally, I can understand why it would put anyone on the defense when it came to all these replies, but they're all very good suggestions and info! It's just what's in the best interest of the pup and trying to give her the best quality life possible! Just get her to a vet asap and take it one step at a time from there, and try to consider if you can handle this in the long term, if you handle it financially, etc.Thanks for being so understanding peachy. Kind of sucks that it feels like a lot of comments think I should just prepare to have her put down, even after I say she has good life quality😪. I regret not doing more sooner now, but since she's still a baby I think intervention would help if there's anything that can be fixed. If not, it wouldn't be the first time I had a dog with issues so I'd just rather give her a good life, even if it becomes limited.