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walleyesucker

OCD In Lab

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Walleye,

I have not dealt with it personally but there appears to be a lot of positive information on the subject on the web. Some of the information claims that pup's will grow out of it. Have you done any research on it yet?

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My yellow lab had it in her front left shoulder. Had surgery on it around 8 months old and she has had no troubles on it since. She competes in tournament hunting and I guide with her weekly from September thru April and she has not even limped on it since. She is only 48lbs full grown and the specialist who operated thought it was from an injury while training or playing with my other 100lb lab and not genetics. Generally females will have it in the hind legs, and males in the front shoulders. Also, dogs that grow faster than average are more susceptible.

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