|Barked: Sat May 26, '12 10:29am PST |
That is always so scary. Puppies always think they can do everything the big boys do!--or at least they want to and try!
f she continued running chances are she's okay. But maybe feel all around her paws and legs, and apply gentle squeezes along each paw, from the paw pads up to the knew caps, gently bending and flexing each leg also....?
Frankie gave me an equal scare within the first week we had him. He jumped off the porch, it is about a 5 to 6 foot drop, and oftentimes puppies do not have very good height perception, so he obviously thought he was just jumping a couple inches.
He laid on the ground, on his side, and gave me a HUGE scare..We gently picked him up, cradled him for a minute or two, and put him down again. Much like your little one, he was bounding in the yard again within a minute or two!
Puppies are tough.
But keep a watch on her the next few days and see if she limps, skips, holds a paw up in the air, whines for no apparent reason, etc.....
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