Legg-Calve-Perthes disease is one of the problems that Min Pins commonly have. This happens when blood cuts to the ball (the top of your dogís thigh bone). Over time, the cervical area will become dry. If you donít catch the problem soon enough it can lead to more serious health issues, such as a dissolving of the ball. The easiest way to recognize this is through your Min Pinís actions. Most likely, you will notice her becoming more and more uncomfortable. Sheíll begin limping and will try to solve the problem herself by holding a leg back in order to get everything back to normal. You can easily help her out by stimulating blood flow by sanding the ball. You will want to make sure to check with a vet about the best methods to use. If the case becomes too extreme, then surgery can be done to get their blood flowing properly again.
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