Persistent lameness requires veterinary attention

11/8/2011 | San Francisco Chronicle

Chronic, intermittent lameness in a dog could be due to orthopedic and soft tissue problems or a systemic disease, writes veterinarian Christi Camblor. To distinguish among the potential causes, a veterinary visit is necessary and could include X-rays in addition to an orthopedic exam and treatment recommendations.

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