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My four month old st Bernard puppy is having problem in his back legs.Please help?

My four month old St Bernard puppy is having problem in his back legs,though does not show any sign of pain, but keeps on slipping and keeps his legs outwards I am already giving him Provical with vimeral three times a day and provi boost twice a day also i am giving him 1 tab of paws up daily.He is on mix diet of drools chicken and rice and royal canin giant breed(Both being 50 50 in quantity)along with that he also eats few spoon of daliya, mutton soup and around 500 ml of butter milk

By VIKAS JUYAL 21 Jun 2014 4:35 pm

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By Ayon Saha 14 Aug 2014 8:51 pm
Nutritions looks good. Now you will understand it better....If it is not genetic/by birth then probably he has hurt his leg. So, you can use half crocin 250mg i.e. 125mg and volini spray.
Now honestly I dont know how safe it is to use volini, but I did that and got results.
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By Ritwik Mishra 01 Feb 2016 12:42 pm
Please take your dog to vet and try to find the problem. Follow your vet advise and do take him for follow up when asked.
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