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    Default Re: Winslow limping - call the vet or wait?

    Yaay! Good news

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    Default Re: Winslow limping - call the vet or wait?

    great news @jenzaar! my first reaction when Tate started limping on Sat was to take him to the vet's too! we're only "over-reacting" b/c we love our precious bullies so much and don't want them to be in pain. Give Winslow a big hug from us!




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    Default Re: Winslow limping - call the vet or wait?

    Quote Originally Posted by jenzaar View Post
    Good morning all!
    very happy to report that Winslow is walking normally now. I may be imagining it, or he may be walking a little lightly on his right leg, but it's nowhere near like it was yesterday. Phew!

    I know i overreacted but it's hard not to with these babies! But something good came of it and he is finally insured. We're taking it easy today - I'll give him a few short walks rather than the normal two long ones and no heavy play for a few days either. I've moved his pillow to the current sun spot on the floor and he's happily lazing around.

    thanks for all your help!!!

    so glad it was nothing. I rather be paranoid than miss something --- these babies are too precious
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    Default Re: Winslow limping - call the vet or wait?

    That's wonderful news!

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