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No one knows what happened to her, she just came into me limping. I thought maybe she just got it stuck somewhere and it would be fine but she kept holding the leg up. Now she is putting a little more weight on it but she still seems unhappy, not bouncing around and biting me as usual. We are going to see if it has improved more by morning and if not we'll have to bring her to the vet :( Mam says it could be dislocated.

Send healing vibes her way please! x
 

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Weird-we think Mikey dislocated his leg tonight!! He's running around, but peeing like a girl. Coincedence?

{Healing vibes} for Holly!! Dislocated joints, if they've popped right back in should be OK but your right to take her in especially if she still seems to be in pain or not back to normal! Keep us posted!
 

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Thanks everyone,
She is a little better today, wagging her tail and tormenting Heidi :rolleyes:
The leg still isn't back to normal though, she's still not putting full weight on it. It seems to be the top of her leg that's sore (sorry I'm not good at dog anatomy) you know like the equivalent of a human's thigh?

She needs to get her vaccines anyway so we are bringing her in an hour or so, I will update you! Since she is improving I think maybe she just bruised it or something.
 

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Just back from the vets, they checked out her leg and it was sore where I thought it was, they said to try to keep her confined as much as possible and if it doesn't improve or get's worse bring her back in a week. It has gotten better since it happened yesterday so hopefully it will continue!

She also got her 7-in-1 vaccine and has to go back in a month for a top up, we got a wormer for her too and a free 1KG bag of Science Plan lol! Oh and her Health Record Book for recording her vaccines and in the future her spay and other things. It has a bunch of leaflets in it too for socialising, training, worming, spaying, treating fleas etc. I love my vets they are really helpful lol!
 
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