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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-18-2020, 01:52 AM Thread Starter
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Bowed leg in 20 weeks old puppy

Doberman puppy’s is 20 weeks old Andy has bowed leg. Need help please https://youtu.be/lSNIu7sD7Mk
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That's usually caused by diet. What are you feeding him?

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Agreed with above. Diet related. He needs to be on a high quality All Life Stages food. No extra calcium. I'd get him on 250mg of vitamin C and up it to 500mg as soon as he doesn't have loose stools. If you can get Sure Grow 100 there I would suggest giving that. I'd also suggest taking him to your vet.
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Also, just adding, he looks like a mix, maybe with a german shepherd or something?
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