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As the rest have said see a specialist, I've seen some amazing recoveries and corrections with the proper therapy.

The hip xray looks odd, like one leg is extended and other is not while the dog is partly laying one way or the other, when wife wakes up will asked her, she looks at human ones all day and might be able to tell me why it looks off to me.
 

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As the rest have said see a specialist, I've seen some amazing recoveries and corrections with the proper therapy.

The hip xray looks odd, like one leg is extended and other is not while the dog is partly laying one way or the other, when wife wakes up will asked her, she looks at human ones all day and might be able to tell me why it looks off to me.
Thanks alot, i will wait for your reply, :)
Can you provide me some links and videos of therapy which helps to recover hip :)
Thansks again :)
 

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Do you have any bodies of water near you? Lakes, rivers, streams, ponds, etc. You can use those as well, just find a shallow area or use the banks. You can also youtube videos about people making ponds for fish at home. Put in the search bar maybe "diy goldfish pond". Definitely cheaper than buying a tub, at least. Maybe even look at some ready to buy goldfish ponds people put in their yards.

Best of luck with your puppy, I agree with the others that there is no death sentence here, just a matter of finding a specialist and giving her the best chance at a comfortable life.
 

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As the rest have said see a specialist, I've seen some amazing recoveries and corrections with the proper therapy.

The hip xray looks odd, like one leg is extended and other is not while the dog is partly laying one way or the other, when wife wakes up will asked her, she looks at human ones all day and might be able to tell me why it looks off to me.
The legs are not straight AND they are not rotated correctly for this position, so we are looking at the femurs a bit obliquely. With this positioning you can say pretty much zero about the hips, unfortunately.
 

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UPDATE:
Ok, its about 3 months of suppliments treatment.
Legs are bit straight now, as vet said he recovered 60% ,
I will upload some pics today.
 

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Hello, will u please tell about him when he is at 2 years old. My golden retriever is now 2 years old and looks similar to ur puppy legs
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This is a five year old thread and you're very unlikely to get a response. I suggest starting a new thread about your dog's specific situation - you'll get a lot more replies that way!
 
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