on a newborn puppy, does anyone know?
but keep the bottom of the pen bumpy and with good traction and when they start to walk and use their feet and legs to move they will turn around 99% of the time. LorraineLorraine Home of Kar-isma Bulldogs Find us on: www.karismakennels.com
if so it is from not enough room in the horns. They will turn around on their own as the puppy starts using his/her legs. vicky Vicky, Bosco, Bella, Breve' & Holly Bulldog Club of Greater Seattle
Our bullie girl Cind RRR Ella had a litter of 5 pups 17 days ago. The vet said there were 4 on one side of the horn, and 1 on the other. The three boys had inverted feet, and the two girls looked normal. If you look at them today, you would have trouble telling the difference in any of them, because they are all normal now. Saturday they will be three weeks old. In fact, they are just starting to stand. All have stood already, if only for a few shaky seconds. That's pretty fun to watch. We were very alarmed when we saw this. It really scared us. I was relieved to read that this was almost always temporary. My question is this: Has anyone ever seen an adult bulldog who's feet never turned the right direction? I have not been able to find one. C. Davis