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Have you had his shoulders x-rayed? If not I think you should just to make sure there isn't anything seriously wrong in there...
 

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Have you had his shoulders x-rayed? If not I think you should just to make sure there isn't anything seriously wrong in there...
His shoulders were x-rayed about a year ago, when he first started limping, and nothing was found. I probably will do it again, even if he doesn't do weight pulling...

Maybe we'll just stick to scootering...
 

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i would talk to a vet. one of my dogs that i do agility with was born with two disk in his back too close together and it pinches a nerve. but do to the placement he can still do agility no problem.
 

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again, it depends on the severity of the injury. if you do decide to enter him, make sure to supplement his diet with things like glucosamine/chondroitin, and or oils, which contain omega 3 fatty acids, and are great for lubricating the joints. hope this helps! Good Luck!:smile:
 
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