@pdolphin27 it wasn't too bad. A bit more than I was expecting but not enough to file a claim on her insurance. They said she would have been fine in a few days even if we wouldn't have brought her in but I didn't want to take that chance with the weekend coming up. She does have a pain med that we are supposed to give her the next few days though.
Bulldogs are like potato chips. You just can't stop with one.
Glad to hear its nothing serious. Chum had a bad limp last summer that lasted a few weeks and eventually went away. I give him a few phycox chondroitin chews every night with dinner that a lot of people swore by for hip and joint problems and havent had any issues since last summer..Glad to hear there wasnt anything wrong! Shell be up and around in no time!
Those damn growing pains! Loki had them when he was younger too. Glad that she is ok!!!
"If our dogs don't like you we probably won't either"
Hi, so glad to be reading that Harlea is okay, and it wasn't anything serious. It's always better to be safe than sorry though. I hope she feels better soon, and gets back to her old self. Love and hugs for Harlea
LEARN A LESSON FROM YOUR DOG, NO MATTER WHAT LIFE BRINGS YOU, KICK SOME GRASS OVER THAT AND MOVE ON.
So glad she is ok tho. Going pains can hurt poor lil baby...extra hugs to her please!
Whew - glad to hear - when Truman was diagnosed with severe hip dysplasia, we were PRAYING it was panoestetis...which is painful, but thankfully resolves on its own!
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