Hello fellow forum friends,
I have a six month old german shepherd that is starting to limp while he walks. He has been on a raw diet since we rescued him, which was about six weeks old. I notice him limping intermittently on his front legs but mostly on his back legs. While doing some research, I have read that a high protein/ high fat diet will trigger the panosteitis. My shepherd will randomly yelp while he tries to get up from a lying position. He doesn't yelp or show any signs of discomfort/pain when you touch his legs or joints. He is also playing normally and eating normally. Do you think the raw diet is a contributing factor for this condition? Have any of you ever experienced this before? Thanks for your help and suggestions.