my dog keeps limping but she has no cuts or injuries i can see or feel and i am worrid because she
she is a old dog she is 13
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Maybe its arthritis, I think dogs can have that too, take her to the vet
by ark2010 2 years ago
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by tjudge 8 years ago
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