He looks fine to me. Nice tight feet and judging by the size of his knees, he's got some growing to do. That said -- I had problems with Lola knuckling over, but initially it wasn't apparent all the time. One minute I would think she was knuckling over and then the next minute she looked fine. After a day or two it became apparent she was starting to knuckle over all the time. It happens quickly, but it also is fixed just as quickly. I followed (some of) the Great Dane Lady's recommendations (I only did the food change & probiotics) and within a few days she was back to normal.
Just watch him or maybe make some changes proactively. Hug to you both.
I think I'll just keep an eye on him for now. I am super gun shy about changing his food. The one time I tried to change him we wound up with a flare up of pano (started in the left leg, then flared up in the right leg a few days later), and a UTI. Now I know that it may have had nothing to do with the food, but combine that with the fact that he started getting itchy,and shedding more, and I freaked out and put him back on TOTW (high prairie puppy).
It was a good quality food we tried also, but he just seems to do better on TOTW. Although it has 28% protein so that gives me something to obsess over as far as the knuckling over lol. Poor Bruce has an OCD mom who knows too much (I swear being a tech sucks when it comes to my own pets, I think waaaaay too much about stuff).
rrreeelllaaaxxx....you're reading tooo much DT
haha, yes I think I am. I don't really know what put the thought in my head today, but I just couldn't shake it. I still keep looking at him, and then have to tell myself to chill out lol.
Funny - I was doing the exact same thing with Richter, then realized it was all in my head
Lol, we can be paranoid together.