I have 5 old months Himalayan shepherd dog.his legs is bend. Plz help

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2018-06-30T17:35:58+0530 30 Jun 2018 5:35 pm

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2020-03-09T10:43:54+0530 09 Mar 2020 10:43 am
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There could be several reasons for the bent legs of your Himalayan Shepherd. It could be one of the most common problems faced by this breed. This could be the problem of bent legs, known as bow legs and called angular limb deformity in medical terms.It is a bone growth abnormality caused by the growth of a limb in a curved or bow shape instead of growing straight. Bowing of the legs is a common problem faced by fast-growing and large or heavy breed dogs. It is a common belief that bowing of the legs is genetic, but it is not so.聽The genetics of these breeds only affects their growth and they grow at a rapid pace. This problem can also happen as a result of trauma to the growth plate in the legs.Himalayan Shepherd puppies grow fast. This creates a considerable amount of pressure on their legs. The framework of their legs is very soft at this stage and protein and cartilage make its structure. Calcium and phosphorus along with other nutrients make solid bones by using vitamins.聽The bone calcification will be slow if the puppy does not have nutrients, vitamins, calcium or phosphorus. Its bone frame will have soft bones. You should not make the puppies do rigorous jumping or any other strenuous activities until all their growth plates have sealed.If you can detect the bowing of legs at an early stage, you can correct it by giving the right supplements. There are several steps you can take with your puppy right now to arrest the problem of bent legs.Start giving an adult dog diet to your puppy and wean him away from puppy food. Most puppies are on mother鈥檚 milk till 12 weeks of age which gives them calcium. Introduce adult dog food in its diet to slow the growth rate which is what the puppy needs. This diet will treat the problem and check the fast growth.聽Ask your vet to prescribe supplements for your puppy. You can give joint support (glycosaminoglycans) or chondroprotective agents to reduce damage to growth plates in high-risk breed puppiesLimit the exercise and active playtime for some time until your puppy鈥檚 bones are hardened. This healing process will make the bone go back to a straight position. Running bows the long bones when they are soft.聽Elbow dysplasia is another reason for the bent legs of your Himalayan Shepherd puppy. It happens if the point of the elbow and the muscular structure has not developed well. It is a common problem in large breeds like Himalayan Shepherd, Golden Retrievers, and Bernese Mountain Dogs.聽Males are more prone to get affected by this than females. This problem occurs when the puppy touches the fifth to the eighth month. Take your puppy to a vet for a full physical examination to assess the reason for the problem. You can deal with the problem of bent legs at an early stage to correct it.
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2020-04-09T18:48:38+0530 09 Apr 2020 6:48 pm
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