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5 month gsd male puppy, from last 2 days he is not able to walk properly?

i have a 5 month gsd male puppy, from last 2 days i had been noticing that he is not able to walk properly, he is facing some problem in his right front leg,although he is active, having his food properly, playing, jumping, etc. but still i am little worried for him.the problem started after he woke up after sleeping. please advice.
By kuljeet chaudhary · 29 Jul 2010 3:35 pm


By shantanu saini · 29 Jul 2010 4:39 pm
Hey Kuljeet,
Can you brief about ur gsd male puppy problem, I will suggest you to check his front leg elbows. If you find any swelling it can be sore elbows.
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By Kumud Choudhary · 31 Jul 2010 10:51 pm
It's simply possible that he may have hurt himself and began feeling the pain only later and therefore limping. The best thing to do is to examine the leg and joint to see if he winces at any point. In any case, if the problem does not improve in another one or two days, it's best to have a vet look at him. In case there is no serious issue, avoid painkillers because they may actually aggravate the problem. When a particular movement is uncomfortable, the dog will naturally try to avoid it, thereby avoiding additional stress on muscle/bones/joints involved. This will help the healing process. If there is no pain, the dog will move normally despite the injury and therefore may end up making the injury worse.
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