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    Hi all peggy sue started limping over the weekend so she went to see the vet yesterday who informed us her knee keeps popping out of place and then returning to normal again which is causing the limp, shes in no pain at all, anyway the vet said maybe an op will be needed in the future and hes not going to jump into an op straight away hed like to see how she goes with rest, now i was wondering if maybe i could give her something to help her strengthen her bones which may help her knee stay in place, willing to try anything to help her hate seeing her limping although its bothering me more than her, or should i just leave it be, any help very much appreciated

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    Default Re: loose kneecap

    A joint supplement would definitely help as time goes by it could develop some arthritis . Not sure what would be available in the UK but will tag a couple members for you
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    Thank you 2 bully mama

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