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Valgus deformity

Species: dog | Category: medical-surgical | Submitted: 27 April 2009 09:45PM | viewed 3930 times
Q Richard asks about toby (dog - labrador, M) :

I took Toby (black labrador) to the vet on Friday and they seem to think he has valgus in front paws so they are referring him to the orthopedic vets to see what they think. Is there anything we can give him to help with this problem? Thanks in advance richard

Q Our vet says: Ensure that he is on a good puppy diet and do not let him over exercise. Other than that you will need to follow the advice which the referral vet gives you regarding treatment. I hope it all goes well for Toby.

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