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Q. Came home leg in front sticking straight out shoulder has not in it

A. Have your dog examined by your vet. There may have been some trauma or injury while he was out or away. Xrays can rule out fractures or dislocations. Restrict his activity to just leash walks for elimination until you see the vet. Avoid excessive running, jumping or playing. Do not let him outside unattended or unsupervised.

Answered By
ANGEL ALVARADO

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