Northof49 Posted January 13, 2009 Report Share Posted January 13, 2009 A friend of mine had her 4 year old border collie diagnosed with panosteitis (wandering lameness) when he was 4 years old - that was two years ago. She just contacted me the other day to advise that he has had a re-occurence, and is lame on one of his back legs. She has a very very thorough vet, who is the one that diagnosed him when he was 4 years old. I know that older dogs can certainly get this disease, but it is uncommon. It appears to be even more uncommon for an older dog to have a re-occurence of this. I have tried to do some research on on this, but these doesn't seem to be a lot out there. There doesn't seem to be any identification of the cause, just dealing with the symptoms until it runs its course. Does anyone on this board have any information on this disease in older dogs or any personal experience. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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