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Young GSD Limping and lathargic - 04/07/2006
I have a 9 month old male GSD who has recently started limping in his hind left leg. He will run and play and walk but a little awkwardly, and will resist putting his full weight on it. I have felt and massaged the leg with no indication of pain, although he became a little aggetated towards the top of the thigh. The limp began when he sat one day , he yelped and then began limping. Together with this, equally worrying, but maybe not connected is a quietness and lathergic general attitude particularly in the evening. and a definate lack of apertite. Ie one meal a day on a good day and sleeping most of the evening after very limited excercise. And very restless-unable to get comfortable-changing position often.



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