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When To See a Veterinarian

Does your dog: 

  • Have difficulty going up and down stairs?

  • Have difficulty with jumps?

  • Lose his balance?

  • Drag her paws?

  • Have difficulty with bowel and bladder function?

  • Avoid certain floor surfaces that he was previously comfortable with?

  • Avoid certain sporting movements or turns?

  • Have pain?

  • Have unexplained aggression?

  • Scissor his legs?

  • Have difficulty getting up?

If your answer is yes to any of the questions above you need to see your vet.  The story can often be: an owner will come home from work and suddenly their best friend cannot get up.

 

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