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Weakness in Hind legs German sheperd dog

My German Sheperd is 5 years old. It seems to drag its hind legs and finds difficulty in getiing up from a sleeping position. It is 5 years ld and otherwise healthy.
 
  dhanista123 on 2013-01-14
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Please give him three doses of Rhus Tox 200 at a gap of 12 hours and see how that affects in 10 days. Only three doses in 10 days.

1 drop or 2 pills may be mixed with some water and given few sips. This is one dose.
 
kadwa 7 years ago
Thank you so much. It is of great help to me.
 
dhanista123 7 years ago
Logging in to observe progress.
 
Joe De Livera 7 years ago
I have given three doses only as per your kind suggestion. After ten days, there is very little improvement in the strength of hind legs of the dog.
 
dhanista123 7 years ago
Please repeat the doses and report back after another 10 days. Please talk about his behavior, thermal preference, thirst. Whether he is fierce or mild etc.
[message edited by kadwa on Sun, 27 Jan 2013 10:19:35 GMT]
 
kadwa 7 years ago
The dog is very ferocious, biting type. He prefers staying in cool places. Very quick reactions. Doesn't allow any outsiders or other dogs to come near him. In 5 years, he did'nt allow any dog for crossing too. nervous.
 
dhanista123 7 years ago
Please give him three doses of Lycopodium 200 at a gap of 12 hours and see how that affects in 15 days. Only three doses in 15 days.
 
kadwa 7 years ago

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