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My 2 months labrador legs bend, please help?

i have 7 months old labreder female dog she is wlking on tiles since 2 months her legs r bend due to it what to do now to make her legs straight
By mandar kambli · 31 Jul 2011 11:38 am

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By pennypup · 31 Jul 2011 10:08 pm
Keep her off the tile. What are you feeding her?
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By mandar kambli · 01 Aug 2011 11:37 am
first i was giving her pedigree but she would not like to eat then i bought royal canin that she was nt eating then doctor told to make mixture of alll serials,soyabean,corn,wheat etc she likes the most in that mixture we boil it with vegetables and with milk v gve but before a month i stared her treat ment and dr. gave me medicine for her such as maxima ,astropet,calcirol,etc and 2 more but it didnt work plse gve me full guidence my frend is telling that it will harm her growth is it true
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By arvind singh · 01 Aug 2011 2:50 pm
First all, it will good if you can arrange a rough surface for her.
Few things to check:-
1. Is she dewormed properly.
2. Calcium intake.

If her legs are weak:
You can try Rejoint Tab, having Glucosamin & Chotrodin.
Megaflex, it will help strengthening her legs.

Walk her daily twice, on rough surface (like concrete road) or ground.
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By mandar kambli · 01 Aug 2011 4:12 pm
is my diet right what i m giving
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By arvind singh · 01 Aug 2011 4:41 pm
Don't give Soyabean to dogs...
Give her some good Vitamin & Calcium supplement.
Calcirol is ok. but what is the frequency....
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By hamachandran K · 08 Aug 2011 11:03 pm
give him more walking exercise. alteash 3 km daily.
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