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    Quote Originally Posted by Cali Doll View Post
    Yeah, we do the potty leash thing, too...in our own fenced-in backyard. lol! (Moms of hyper bullies need a support group!)

    Yeah, it's a supplement that someone on here mentioned. Do a search for lots of great info. Here's a link to it on Amazon:

    Amazon.com: Nutramax Dasuquin with MSM Chewables, Small/Medium Dog, 150 Count: Pet Supplies

    I'm really hoping it works because I don't like giving her so much Rimadyl. (She's been on and off Rimadly since April.)
    Our yards fenced into my neighbours are going to think I'm crazy(that's if they don't already ) if they look out their back windows and see me with Ruby on a leash in the back yard lol I always say whoever said bully's are lazy couch potatoes have definitely not met my Ruby lol

    Thank-you il have a look at that and may well start her on it.

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    [QUOTE=ruby;614881]Just a quick update we had her at vets this morning and he seems to think it's a sprain he completely manipulated the leg and couldn't feel anything untoward, he's prescribed another course of anti inflammatorys and cage rest were to go back in two weeks for a follow up visit so glad it was nothing serious

    Checking back in & relieved to read this, had to do this with both
    my bullies (at different times) and it takes quite some time for
    these sprains & soft tissue injuries to heal. You have to MAKE your
    self do what's needed, crate rest! Or small corrall confinement for
    3-4 weeks then another 3-4 weeks of very cautious behavior. Potty
    times on leash, no doggy friends over, etc. Hard but needed!

    My 1st bully, Brutus
    RIP beloved boy.

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