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What to do when your dog is lame / limping or holding one leg up

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Dr Nic talks about common causes of lameness in your pet and teaches you how to conduct a physical examination to pinpoint the location of the problem. Tune in regularly as Dr Nic talks more about pet health, his life as a vet and everything you need for a pet-filled life. Don’t forget to thumbs up and subscribe! The information contained in Zoorium is intended solely for the general information and entertainment of the viewer. It is not intended to be a substitute for professional veterinary advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your veterinarian for any health issue. Never disregard professional advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have watched on Zoorium. Intro – Funky Project Mystic Shoot


Zoorium says:

If after watching my video and you have done what I have recommended to locate the source of the lameness, then you probably will need to seek professional help to further diagnose this intermittent lameness.

Desirae Clark says:

I have a 6 month old puppy and she recently started limping randomly. It is her back right leg that is bothering her, but we cant seem to find the problem. She was getting better but when I took her out she ran in the yard and yelped and started limping worse. She is now just laying on the couch, but what should we do??

Zoorium says:

hi, how long has she been displaying this sign? With rear leg, the common problems are muscular strain of the thigh/hip, hip dysplasia, cruciate ligament tear (knee) or patella luxation. However you mentioned there are some feedback when you stretch her leg to the rear? This may suggest a muscular hip/thigh strain or hip dysplasia. However I cannot be sure as I am not performing the examination myself. I will strongly advise you to visit your local vet to have him/her check out your pet.

1chinaloa1 says:

I have a 4yr old beagle (35Lbs) which she is limping on her rt rear leg. Also when standing, she is tippy toeing. I did the test you have showned. The only thing i noticed when i hyper extend her leg to the rear, i could feel her tensing up.. What are some of the symptoms could this be? When feeding time, she gets excited and jumps in the air constantly until she is given her food.

Zoorium says:

glad to help!

Jae R says:

Thank you so much for this video!

Zoorium says:

yes it would be the same!

a818lakerfan says:

Would you do the same for a cat?

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