Is this hip trouble?????

Discussion in 'Health & Nutritional Care' started by umit, Feb 6, 2019.

  1. marke

    marke Well-Known Member

    there are many reasons for a limp in the front …… pano , ocd , elbow dysplasia, sprain/strain , a injured pad , broken nail , something stuck in his foot , are a few I've seen ….…. can you elicit a pain response anywhere ? personally , i'd stop him trotting until it cleared up ……...
     
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  2. Sawsealady

    Sawsealady Well-Known Member

    Ruger wouldn't stand on his back foot one time. He was about 11 months old. We took him to a vet and they didn't see anything. We concluded he probably stepped on a bug and got bit. We did notice slight swelling only after careful inspection. We habe a lot of bugs where we are and some ants that can really hurt. Who knows what bug it was but after about a week he was back to his normal self!
     
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  3. umit

    umit Well-Known Member

    Hi again.
    I really dont get this dog.
    She was limping on fron left now on right.
    There are no pain spots or smt btw fingers or foot.
    Reasons can be our high bed which she likes to come up and jump .We stopped her to climb there after hip trouble but when she is fine my wife takes her and again limping problems.
    Other possibility is when she goes to park without me i think they don't control her so she overplays....
    Now we limit her moves again....
     
  4. umit

    umit Well-Known Member

    Lovely ears!!!!!
    I think they are heavy and hurt themselves while playing:(
     
  5. marke

    marke Well-Known Member

    pano ……… be my guess , vet should be able to see it in an x-ray ………….
     
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  6. umit

    umit Well-Known Member

    Hi again.
    Sadly our limping problem is back because of that gsd on photo.
    She is too active and Luna always keeps up.
    My mistake was taking them three times a day for a while and after that hesitation to out foot and limping began.
    I hope leash walks only will cure the problem.
     

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  7. umit

    umit Well-Known Member

    View attachment 63280 Hi again.
    Sadly our limping problem is back because of that gsd on photo.
    She is too active and Luna always keeps up.
    My mistake was taking them three times a day for a while and after that hesitation to out foot and limping began.
    I hope leash walks only will cure the problem.
     

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