About a month ago, our 9 month old corgi (8 months at time of incident) was sat on by a larger dog (~30-40lbs) which resulted in him yelping and the dog quickly getting off him. When he got up (he…Continue
"I agree with your comment on the Vet, I would ask around and look for one that is more conservative in his approach. The old phrase " when you hear hoof beats think horses before you think zebras " comes to mind. Glad he is…"
"If it is a breeder who breeds dogs this way on purpose, I would still ask about health testing/socialization/early life care as that is a BIG consideration.I have mixed feelings about people breeding various dogs together and selling them at a…"
"I feel like I should update this! - Thanks to everyone who had some insight on the issue! I really appreciate it.Pan was given a clean bill of health. I called the vet back and talked at more length about the concerns with the x-rays and,…"
"RJ's was fantastic! They raise the puppies right in their home and they are very well socialized. Jack is a vet so you know their corgis are healthy and well cared for. Renee has been really helpful and answered all my questions very quickly…"
"Thanks a ton! That was really insightful. The x-rays are a weird scenario, and Ill definitely get a second opinion on those if he develops a limp again. He is kind of wiggly when being held on his back for x-rays (understandable) so I…"
"His crate is quite large - big enough that he can completely stretch out without his feet or ears touching either end - not quite the "just enough room to stand, turn around and lie down" setup now that he has potty training down. The…"
"I believe they were deemed 'non-diagnostic' for this particular condition. If he continues to limp, they would look at the joint with a camera to verify if it is truly an OCD lesion or not and then consider surgery based on the results of…"