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    Default Re: New EB owner -need advice

    Some times foods too high in protein can cause this. If you have him on puppy food, change to a good adult food that is not too high in protein. 24 to 28 percent is high enough. Hope you boy gets better soon. It is not uncommon for growing bullies to limp occasionally until they get to about two years of age.
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    Default Re: New EB owner -need advice

    Quote Originally Posted by Davidh View Post
    Some times foods too high in protein can cause this. If you have him on puppy food, change to a good adult food that is not too high in protein. 24 to 28 percent is high enough. Hope you boy gets better soon. It is not uncommon for growing bullies to limp occasionally until they get to about two years of age.
    I agree, David. I am not a fan of puppy foods because of the amount of protein, but I always had large breeds. I would assume it is the same with bulldogs because of their large frames.



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