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6 Month Old Doberman Limping

I have a 6 month old Doberman, woke up today and found him limping, front left leg. Don’t know what to think of it, any ideas?
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Call your vet. Could be something mild, could be very serious.


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As other people have already said--too many possiblities from not a real problem to oh, oh Houston we have a problem. Take him in to your vet and let them fill you in on the possibilities.

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