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I'm thinking of getting a german shepherd
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[quote:Laura Bow:MV8yMDU3MTY3XzM0NjQ3ODQzXzYyNUM3NzBE] [quote:Ralph--a house dog:MV8yMDU3MTY3XzM0NjQ3NjYxX0I0RkE1OUE5] Here's a good article on hip problems in larger dogs" http://www.2ndchance.info/hipdysplasiadog.htm Says dogs respond well to hip replacement surgery but it is a bit pricey. There's other treatments to try first, though. [/quote] Some dogs may have dysplasia but never show symptoms, but other dogs may only have mild and be nearly incapacitated. That's a good link, here's another one from OFA - http://www.offa.org/hd_guidelines.html [/quote]
I have a friend who breeds them and she seems happy with them as a pet. My only question is about their hips, I always hear stories about them getting some sort of hip problems (I forget what they call it)I also plan on taking it to training, so it will be well behaved in public.
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