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Is it normal for my dog to still slightly scuff her back paws as she walks? This happens a lot with spinal cord injuries.When I mean slightly I do mean very slightly. Bearing in mind she was paralysed before surgery and she has really improved in this area. The other thing that stresses me is she still chooses to sit with the straight legs seemingly quite a lot.I call that "doll sitting," and, yes, it happens a lot with spinal cord injuries, even very mild ones. Again she did this after surgery but in crate rest and I’m getting paranoid she’s doing it more.
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