Have you noticed your Samoyed not being as happy as it used to be when you are preparing to go for a walk? Do you see it stay back when its other dog friends run around in the park? Or has it whined when you pet it at the back near its hips? All of these signs are red flags, and they could mean it is time to visit your veterinarian. That’s because your dog may have hip dysplasia, but does it affect Samoyeds too?
Ever heard of hip dysplasia in dogs but aren’t sure what it is? In short, it’s a common disease of the hips that can affect dogs. There are signs to look for and things you can do to help though!