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I’m not sure where to post this question. It’s about my Rottweiler. He’s 2 years old and about a month ago went to jump on a concrete patio that he regularly jump up onto put his foot got caught in a gophers hole and he didn’t get enough loft and rammed his back left leg rammed the wall. The vet ex rayed him, said the knee looks fine, maybe he tore his cruciate but it seems he’s most defensive when you go near his toes. AFTER getting up he limps and after walk around outside he lifts the paw off the ground (no pressure on it) after a mile to two and a half miles he chooses himself when to stop and rest. Has anyone else had or heard of this problem and have an idea what it can be or where to send me?
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