4 y/o neutered Doxie shows abrupt overnight change from running up 6 flights of stairs to...
walking only if coaxed. Dog is not permitted on furniture, bed etc. Not permitted upstairs in normal residence. Does seem to be favoring rt front .No sand burrs. No swelling of leg/paws. No obvious wounds. Normal bowel/bladder functions. I have noticed a small surprised yelp (not loud or prolonged) when held like a foot ball & small pressure is applied to mid chest area. Not reliabily reproduced. I have given him a little anti inflamitory and although not acting normally he doesnt appear to have any distress while resting quitely Should I be doing something else until we get back home (in
Dog has possibly been kicked, or just twisted wrong. We found out at the vet that they don't have to show spinal problems as soon as they accure, they can take time to show up. Our dog, has been pulling her behind around, but has been wagging her tail and trying to walk. I have been doing water excercises with her, holding her over water and letter her move her legs. You can walk your dog with a pair of nylons, using the nylons for support. Resting is always the best medicine. I am not a vet, just relaying what I was told with my dog.
by 3 Finger Reader 8 years ago
I have two myself, a red short hair and a chocolate, and they are the little loves of my life. I've met other Doxie lovers in life and they are almost always really interesting people and we usually find a lot to talk about.So anyway, if you're out there, let's talk!Julie
by prettydarkhorse 6 years ago
What are some exercises for elderly or old people?Even when we reach old age, staying fit and exercising are good for the overall health. Can you recommend some exercises or ways to become fit for older people?
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