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My Labrador puppy of 4 months diagnosed with Hip Displacia.What to do?

My Labrador puppy of 4 months diagnosed with Hip Displacia. Pl advise & suggest if anyone has got similar isue with your puppies or dogs. My Pup is 12kg now & is feeding with RC Lab Junior.

By Parthan Nair · 09 Aug 2014 12:39 pm

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By Adnan A Khan · 30 Sep 2014 10:48 am
There are different grades of Hip Dysplasia. My Bullmastiff has slight forms too. It is well manageable. Add glycoflex tablets 1-2 a day (confirm from vet) and if its too much then change to RC Mobility vet food.
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