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    How the heck did I miss this?????

    I agree that it could be muscular. I thought Miller was having back issues at one point. When I took him in, it turned out to be a pulled muscle in his back leg which still required restricted movement for a few weeks. In my experience, Lisa is right. It doesn't disappear on day 2. I'd go with the restricted movement anyway. It's not going to hurt.
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    Id say it is muscular. If she could twist to lick her bottom, her back is probably ok. If your back hurts, you cannot twist into a pretzel.
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    Thanks everyone for your two cents. As you know the only experience I have is with Duchie, and she had so many issues itís tough to sort.

    Savannah is a flying sausage and I have to break her of that! Itís so dang hard, because sheís the most... exuberant creature Iíve ever known. Happy happy happy and overflowing with energy. Tail wags constantly.

    She still seems fine, and you know Iím watching her like a Doxie watches a squirrel!
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    Named Savannah Jane ~ Rae Wagoner

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