So congrats to Arreau who had it first and everyone else who thought it was the right.
The horse riders on here would understand her trot to be almost like a haunches out. If you look at the picture, her L hind is actually in line with her R fore. It doesn't always do it but she does it often enough because she's favouring the right. So MollyMuiMa had the right idea, she does reach under more with the left.
Here's the pic. She is NOT turning but actually going straight. I'm totally behind her but you can see she's swung her hip over a titch. Now watch the video again and facepalm yourselves lol jk it does take a good eye but that's why we share these things with each other, so we can learn!
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I couldn't tell. She seems to be quite fine. But what I did do was wait for a second after the video and got to watch the next one which was Honey's first snow. Now that was super cute. She is soooo enjoying herself. I loved watching her.
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I rewatched the video a couple times and even after knowing the answer, couldn't pick it out.
Just out of curiosity, what signs made you decide to bring her to the vet? Last week, I started to notice Bentley would suddenly lift his left leg when he ran, it only lasts one step and happens once in a while. Does that sound like LP?
Is X-ray the only way to diagnose LP?
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