Olde English Bulldogge Question

I have an 8 weeks old Old English Bulldogge, He seems to limp on one of his back legs and good...


I have an 8 weeks old Old English Bulldogge, He seems to limp on one of his back legs and good bit of the time? Is this normal, or do you think there is something wrong. He doesn't act like it hurts him when we touch it or move it. Please help!

    In Olde English Bulldogge - Asked by Anonymous - 3/14/2011 3:47:37 PM
He might of torn his ACL...Have it looked at by your vet
    Answered by Anonymous - 3/30/2011 11:00:49 PM


My Olde English Bulldogge broke her back leg when she was about 8 months old.. She was playing with another dog when it happened....I'd be careful...
    Answered by Anonymous - 4/3/2011 8:59:57 PM


I have a 7 month old Old English Bulldogge named Dexter. At 8-12 weeks I noticed him limping and biting at his back legs, also there would be times he would give a random yelp. I brought him to the vet and they ruled it as growing pains. 2 months later after taking him out of his crate we noticed major limping which lead to extreme crying, whining and yelping. This brought me to tears. We called the vet and brought him in at 3 AM and $400 later it was still growing pains. They did X-rays and gave him a shot of morphine. Sent us home with Metacam which is Advil for dogs and said to take him off of puppy good due to high levels of protein. My advice is to find a food with lower protein to avoid the pricey vet bill. Now, 3 months later he's absolutely fine, hyper as can be!
    Answered by Anonymous - 3/4/2012 7:42:57 PM