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Old 04-17-2013, 01:46 PM   #1
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I noticed, that, my 7 month old puddle has ache at his back leg, he acts normal,playful, jumping, but sometimes he jumps and puts his leg in a wrong position and cry, when he wakes up he is holding his leg up,but then playing like nothing happened! Can somebody help me and tell what can be wrong with him? How can I help

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Old 04-17-2013, 02:04 PM   #2
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I would take him to the Vet and have his patellas checked out as that is a common problem with Poodles and small dogs.

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I know,I just applied for dog insurance and that will take about a month,in a vet they gonna do all kind of tests,and that lil expensive to me, is there anything else I can do for him?

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Plus,I checked his patellas , i doesn't look that that's the problem,it's hard to localize where the pain come from,I am thinking may be its muscles ? He is very active,may be he starched ?

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Hi Alesya and welcome. Often we as dog owners can look at something and not find anything wrong A vets diagnoises is the best way to go it's possible the muscles are stretched but your vet will advise you on this What's your poodle's name and any pics to share?!! For now let him rest a little and don't over do the play time at the moment! Good luck and let us know what your vets says!
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Welcome to df Alesya!
As Bb said take your dog to a vet. They went to school to learn about this stuff.
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I'd take your dog to the vet. Only the vet can really answer your question properly...

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