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Hello to everyone,glad joining forum,need some help with my puppy

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by sherif2017, Jan 14, 2019.

  1. *to low prot+low fat
     
  2. wicked13

    wicked13 Top Dog

    U do know too much calcium can also fuck up a puppy too right ..and personally never had to deal with deformaties. Lower the calcium ..let the pup grow and after a a while youll be able to tell if its getting better or its time to take him to the chinese resturant then since u dont have koreans .Also if the dog aint in any discomfort keep lil igor .And go have him fixed ..like i said its your property .
     
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  3. I dont think i have informed any over dose on calcium. I follow vets receipt.
    Neither we have chinese foods,or very few businesses like this.
    We are not eating their asiatic shit in Europe.Probably the have found refuge around your place,and carefull cause their food making people "igors"
    For restaurants i can advice you but its a dog forum here...
     
  4. wicked13

    wicked13 Top Dog

    Lol ok keep uping that calcium then make sure u gots a good balance of phosphorus also
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2905020/

    http://www.greatdanelady.com/articles/knuckling_over.htm

    Different breed same problem
     
  5. The first link informs general,all we have discussed here...no where informs for extra calcium
    The second link already shared from a helpful member few lines up.
    Not informing about extra calcium damages,and every aqurate information aboutCalcium Supplements,informs,ask your vet some large breed dogs need it.
    Now,leave me in my sadness to see what i can do with my puppy,if i was an experienced person i was not going to ask people here to give me their opinion.
    Already i am paying for my mistake to feed him a lot barf+kiddle,as i have days to sleep from my sadness.
     
  6. Holocaust

    Holocaust Match dog


    Quit giving advice.

    If you think knuckling over is an uncommon or cull worthy you probably shove food up your dogs ass when he doesnt eat..

    I'm not trying to be a dick but we both know you dont know much in general. Berating someone and telling them to cull their dog because YOU dont know about the condition or how to fix it is the VERY LAST thing anyone needs to hear...

    This poor person obviously is a fucking idiot and not too bright. They're listening to 17 different opinions on how to fix their issue and because of that they're having more issues that most will.

    If they'd pick 1 vet, or one internet guru to listen to and not mix and match what they liked hearing from each the dog would improve and be fine.
     
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  7. YellowJohnJocko

    YellowJohnJocko Big Dog

    What Holocaust said...... Y'all don't need to be dicks. If you can't be helpful don't post.

    @sherif2017 Give the pup a little time to adjust to your new feed. This will not correct itself overnight. As you can see by the link I posted previously, the pup can become normal after knuckling over. Stick with your new feed and your veterinarian.
     
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  8. LOL...that is a bit harsh......
    But at least nothing would get wasted :)
     
  9. I ain't being horrible.....and I never gave advice..
    We'll see if it gets better..it looks deformed..
    As I said,,,has any one seen a pup with feet that bad??.and it's levels out normal has the pups grown??.....
    Them feet look far from just needing to Knuckel out!.
    Am I the only one who can see that???.....
    Sheriff no offense to you what so ever...
    You might be able to sort it out with diet or whatever?.by spending thousands with your vet.....

    I might not no much....but extra calcium seems like a bad idea.
    Good luck!
     
  10. Well said.....
     
  11. Michele

    Michele Premium Member Premium Member

    OP: READ ^^^^^^^^^^
     
  12. scratchin dog

    scratchin dog CH Dog

    I wouldn't give him the calcium tablets. You don't want to mess with the calcium/phosphorous ratios of the dog food.

    I wouldn't give him the calcium tablets. You don't want to mess with the calcium/phosphorous ratios of the dog food. Messing with the ratios causes uneven growth. Just let the food do its job. Keep him off hard surfaces like tile, or concrete. I know of several people whose pups had this knuckling over and they all straightened out with just the low protein/fat food but it takes a few weeks.
     
  13. Probs the best advice for you Sherif....
    scratching dog says he's seen this before and with right diet,not upping the calcium!....it will straighten out.....
    sorry for telling you to cull...but on the picture it dose look rather bad........but yeah scratching dogs advise is the way to go for you my friend!......take scratching dogs advise and see what the pups like in a few weeks.
    good luck.

    thanks for scratching dog for tuning in
     
  14. Finito

    Finito Big Dog

    No bone in that diet ?
    If you going to supplement then use "cd vet micro mineral" or "aniforte barf complete". Get some "cold pressed salmon oil" too......
     
  15. Guys thank you all for the reply and spend time on give me your opinion.I know some guys are more offensives but no problem.
    Best wishes to all...
    Now i want to add an important note that maybe is very important in my problem..
    Now pup is 11 weeks.When i got him 8 weeks,i gave him the pill for the parasite worms in his stomach.
    A lot of big died worms was after a day in his poops(shit).
    That parasite i have read that feeding with the calcium and phosfore of the organism that leaving it.
    Is there any chace cause of this parasites the pup lost calcium and got only protein and his legs didnt get strength normally???
     
  16. scratchin dog

    scratchin dog CH Dog

    Worming the dog has nothing to do with it. You said you were feeding barf and kibble. When you mix foods like that you throw off the ratios. That may be fine for an adult dog but puppies grow so fast it can cause problems like what your pup has. Also overfeeding and keeping the pup on hard surfaces is detrimental to their growth. Ideally you should feed either barf or kibble with growing pups. If you don't know what you are doing as far as feeding barf then just feed kibble because as you can see you can create problems. Just feed him smaller amounts of the low fat/protein kibble you just bought and give it some time to correct itself.
     
  17. Thank you scrstching dog,i will stay on scedgule...
     
  18. Lrs

    Lrs Big Dog

    If your really unsure then get an X-ray for peace of mind also what part of Europe are you from?
     
  19. Kaos483

    Kaos483 Pup

    0BFB6A62-3E64-4FC3-A47B-14D0D86B418C.jpeg E07063E0-4AE8-4A1B-8686-941961885240.jpeg 5755B2E6-924F-4CE4-AE5D-35178EF185E8.jpeg A2DEDC16-13D3-4F0B-8375-443FD7EEDFCB.jpeg This is old now and I wonder how the pup did. Knuckling isn’t always caused by being overweight. My male mutt was the runt - hip bones showing and all legs. Once I brought him home and put him on quality kibble he knuckled almost immediately and badly. My vet told me to keep him on grass whenever possible, no jumping as the jumping down off things puts too much stress on the joints, and if he had to be inside keep him on the carpet. That combined with the diet I already posted straightened him up in about a week. I kept the diet for another week then went right to adult food. His legs are straight as straight can be.
     
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  20. Hello to all guys...First of all a BIG thanks to all guys here for your interest and your help...
    Member Scratcindog thanks a lot,you gave me courage...
    This update is and an answers to members that suggesting to kill the pup etc...
    Update...Puppy is no knocking anymore,full of energy,power and happiness playing with my kid...
    Kept him in low protein and fat kiddle,also i put him a custom splints to help him for 5 days..
    I didnt put him on rest or nothing,the splints helped him to make all his moves normal and get him strong..
    The vets i visited was my worst expiriense,complete damm people who get a degree on what?taking only shots probably.
    Anyway,all this are past...Does anyone knows if knoking problem can return??
    photos of pup attached..
     

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