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Clicky knees

Discussion in 'General Health' started by roguskie, Jun 11, 2017.

  1. roguskie

    roguskie Premium Member

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    Pippi knees click when she jumps. Vets have looked over her and found no reason for the clicking. Has anyone else experienced this and have any tips? Seems to be worst the more exercise she does.
     
  2. Caro

    Caro Moderator

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    Deska's elbows sometimes click, but he has arthritis so that probably won't be helpful to you.
     
  3. roguskie

    roguskie Premium Member

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    Im really stuck. She has no pain just clicking. Guess she will have arthritis when older just hopefully not now as she is only two years old
     
  4. Hanne

    Hanne Forums Enthusiast

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    I do not know if it counts :lol:

    I have a knee that sometimes clicks when I go, it does not hurt but sounds quite loud :yes:
     
  5. SKNerissa

    SKNerissa Forums Enthusiast

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    I would suggest following up with a orthopedic vet or vetrinary chiropractor. General vets are equivalent to our family doctors. A great place to start for common conditions but some things take a specialist to diagnose and treat. On a side note, my boy adores his chiropracticor! He gets this goofy look of absolute contentment while he's being adjusted.
     
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  6. roguskie

    roguskie Premium Member

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    Thank you. Wil ask around about chiropractors.
     

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