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My 4 months old St Bernard does not walk properly.His back legs are weak. What should I Do ?

I have a 4 month old male St Bernard and he seems to have a problem especially when walking. His hind legs are weak and he refuses to walk after a short while. I had read about Hip Dysplasia and I am not sure if my pup has it or not. I feed him Royal Canin + eggs + milk and also give him VeniGrow and bone Builder. What should I do, please help!

· 2015-06-23T23:16:23+0530 23 Jun 2015 11:16 pm


· 2015-06-24T09:26:08+0530 24 Jun 2015 9:26 am
Hi PavanjeetIf you suspect that your pup may have Hip Dysplasia, it will be advisable to have a thorough medical check up done for the pup by an experienced veterinarian. Hip Dysplasia in small pups is generally hereditary. A veterinarian may take blood samples and do an X Ray of the hind legs to understand of there is an onset of hip dysplasia.Since St Bernard is a large breed dog he will require food that will help maintain his weight. Your veterinarian will be in a better position to recommend the food that you may feed to your pup, posts the tests and the reports.In case your pup has hip dysplasia, you will have to ensure that he gets ample amount of exercise so that his hind legs become strong. You may want to speak to the veterinarian to understand what exercises will be the best for your pup.We wish you the best and wish your pup a speedy recovery!RegardsTeam DogSpot
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· 2015-06-24T10:50:26+0530 24 Jun 2015 10:50 am
thank you admin will do that asap....anymore suggestions from anyone are welcome
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