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Old 04-21-2016, 06:00 PM
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Separating toes with pain

I have a 9 year old Doberman shepherd mix. About 6 months ago one toe on his front right foot decided it didn't want to hang with the group any more and started sticking out to the side a bit. It didn't seem to bother him and the bet didn't seem concerned. This morning he could barely make it down the stairs and I noticed now the toe on the opposite side of the same foot has done the same thing. He seems to be in a bit of pain in that foot though don't know if it's related to this toe thing. Has anyone experienced this before?
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I have heard of what is called "dropped toe" (flexor tendon rupture) but if I were you I'd have it checked by your Vet if he's in pain!
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it looks like the issue is the joint in the ankle. He was tender on it this morning until he saw a squirell I guess the toe separation is just coincidental that it is on the same foot
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