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My dog can't stand up his back legs won't work he has no pain

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Hurry!! Take him!

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Take him to the vet obviously there is a problem with your dog if he normally stands on 4 legs. He may of injured his spinal column and has no feeling of pain. To The Vet

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The dog needs to see a vet. Could be heart related and blood is not circulating, may have a slight arrhythmia. My dog just passed and this was a symptom if cardio myopathy.

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Toni & Stormy are correct. Please take you pet to the Vet today!

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Put him out of his Misery an have him put to sleep

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Why would u even bother posting that who wants ppls opinions on a dogs possible injuries when they don't know it all be smart it's called a vet

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dross1958

GO TO THE VET - what is so hard to understand about that ?

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justbeinghonest
Obviously it is pretty hard to understand for many people.
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Take him to doctors

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uhhhhmmm ima thinkin he has some pain if his legs aren't working...

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How old is he?

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He's 11 months a lab. Very active until last night. No pain or obvious injuries very well taken care of and loved.
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Oh, then I would take it to a vet if he doesn't show any signs of getting better soon. Sounds serious.
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It seems your dog has a problem with an intervertebral disc. I would strongly recommend that you take it to a veterinary doctor for an observation as the issue is quite serious and needs urgent attention.

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Vet!!

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