Our expert says:
No I am afriad it does not sound like hip dysplasia. Hip dysplasia is a chronic disease (in other words it is present for a long time) and can ne without symtoms initially and then gradually progress. This sounds more like a neurological problem and could be in the neck region as is often seen in Dobermans. It is important that a diagnosis be made soon because if surgery is indicated the sooner it is done the better the chances of recovery. please ask to be sent to a specialist veterinary centre for further investigations.
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