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I have a 1month Labrador he is not able to walk more,nd his back legs slips on the floor,help?

hi ,, i have a 1month labrador,,,,,, he is healthy nd eat a good food 5 times a day,,,,,,,,,,, but he is not able to walk more,,,,,nd his back legs slips on the floor,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,i tried him to walk on bed nd carpet but after 6 or 7 steps he again comes on floor nd lie down tell me what should i do to make him walk,,,,,,,,,,,with a proper steps, thnxx
By rahul · 30 Jun 2009 12:49 pm

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By Agam Prabhakar · 01 Jul 2009 6:51 pm
he is too small... why did you get a pup so small in the first place
The best age to get a puppy home is 2 months. He wont be very active at this age. Puppies will sleep almost 18hrs a day. Wont be running all the time. let him cross 2 months of age and then if he is still like this consult a vet. Dogs were never ment to walk on the floor. Slipping is very normal and especially at this age.
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By bishwadeep chatterjee · 01 Jul 2009 7:50 pm
.....also make sure he's not being over-fed, as this could also be a reason for his legs not being able to hold his weight...
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By rahul · 03 Jul 2009 3:29 pm
thnx guys
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