Posted by: Jack Russel lover | 2009-04-21

Crackling sound in puppy' s legs

I have a 3mnth old Jack Russel Puppy. 2 weeks ago I noticed that his back legs make a sound like when you crack your fingers. This happens quite a lot, when i pick him up, put him down and when he rolls around. Is their anything seriously wrong? It just started one day, nothing like a injury that set it of.

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Dear Jack Russle Lover

If he is not limping on the leg I do not suspect anything serious.

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Posted by: Chill | 2009-04-23

Sorry if this wasn' t up to scratch...

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Posted by: Jack Russel Lover | 2009-04-23

Already went there and the vet was' nt in and the state vet was in his place. And he could barely speak english not to mention Afrikaans. Can anyone give me some helpfull advise

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Posted by: Chill | 2009-04-21

He should be due his next vaccinations any day now - ask your vet.

It' s not always possible to tell if there has been an injury - pups are so active, you absolutely cannot be watching them all the time, and a strange movement could easily have an unanticipated effect.

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