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    Get her spine checked, it just sound like a neurological thing.....I hope things are OK
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    My girl is starting to walk yay.
    Can't believe it she just got up and walked out to do a poop
    And wee..she walks really badly but it's a start..

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    Pets are forever

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    Oh, thank F for that! Crossing everything that she will continue to improve. Yay!

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    Yayyyyyyyyyyyy
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    That's fantastic

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    Beloz u crack me up

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    LL, what a relief!

    that's a brilliant read to start my day whatta girl eh?

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    Wow you really have been having a terrible run!!!
    So so happy for you that Geneva has managed to get to her feet. Fingers, toes and eyes crossed she keeps improving!!
    Owning a dog should be a partnership. Much like a good marriage it should be based on love, trust and devotion until death do you part.
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    That's really great that she's walking on her own - you must be so relieved!

    I'm wondering if she popped a disc? Localised swelling to her middle spine could cause temporary paralyisis until the swelling and pressure on the spinal cord lessened?

    ... movement now will help move any localised fluid build up away, so you'll probably see more and more improvement - the more she moves, the easier it'll get.

    Fingers and paws still crossed here for more good reports.

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