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mumpkees in viewtopic.php?f=22&t=10244&p=51512&#p51512 wrote: Like Bendy, I'm a big believer in range of motion and physical therapy. When Bentley came to live with us his little rear legs were completely bent and twisted and one rear foot bottom pointed to the ceiling - my partner sat with him on her lap several times a day massaging and gently moving the joint - one day we were sitting there and a grey streak flew by us - it was bentley on all four feet - legs still bent, but they had managed to get that foot turned around and flat on the floor.
mumpkees in viewtopic.php?f=11&t=15910&p=84564&#p84564 wrote:Our Bentley came to us at 5 weeks and his back legs were bent with his back feet pointing towards the ceiling. My partner would sit him on her lap several times a day and just gently massage the legs and feet in the direction they needed to go. One day a grey blur passed us and it was Bentley on all fours - legs still were bent but the feet now faced downward.
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