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Mollys Back legs hips ?

Discussion in 'Health & Nutritional Care' started by Baza, Jan 24, 2021.

  1. Baza

    Baza Puppy

    Hi, I am new here but will just jump straight to it. My girl is 8.5 yrs old and is in pain after exercise. She runs around on the beach like a puppy (others don’t believe her age) but when we get home after a while she struggles to get up and when she does get up she tries to take her weight on her front legs. I give her half an ibuprofen sometimes but that only helps in the short term. I don’t know what to do for her. If I don’t take her out I feel she will just get worse. she broke a hock joint around four yrs ago and has a rubber tendon but this is not causing the problem I think.
    Thanks for reading
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  2. Michele

    Michele Chi Super Dog Administrator

    Call your vet and see about getting CBD oil or a supplement that will help her joints. She might have some arthritis. I'm not a vet so I'm just guessing. Your vet would be able to examine the dog and tell you what is going on.
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