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As a gun dog, the Golden Retriever has a large, strong build and a thick, water repellent coat. Golden Retrievers generally stand between 21 and 24 inches tall and they weigh anywhere between 55 and 75 pounds at maturity. These dogs are known for their beautiful golden coats, though the actual shade can range from very pale yellow to a deep gold color. The Golden Retriever has a medium length double coat with a soft undercoat and a wavy, water resistant topcoat. This breed sheds a moderate amount throughout the year and it sheds its undercoat twice a year, in the spring and fall. Regular brushing and grooming is necessary to control shedding and to maintain coat quality in this breed.

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Hindquarters should be of medium angulation with short strong hocks. Top line should remain level with strong loin and level croup. They are a galloping dog therefore flanks should rise up from a brisket set just below the elbows, but should not be excessively deep. Ribs should be well sprung but not barreled. Overall they should appear square, balanced, athletic with good muscling. MOVEMENT When trotting should be purposeful, strong and elastic with good reach and drive, giving the appearance of "going somewhere".

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Thank you. What are alternative types of treatments for spinal issues and neurological issues?Our 10 year old rottie boy is struggling with spinal disc issues and his back legs are weak and he’s falling down alot. He’s been on an antibiotic for a month for a nasal infection and prednisone every other day for the discs. We just lost our 12 year old rottie girl to cancer last week and since she’s gone he’s gotten worse symptom wise. Was he just hiding how bad he really was and now that she’s gone he doesn’t feel the need to hide it?Dr wants to increase the prednisone and add another anabolic steroid on top to see if we can build up his muscle mass in his back legs and rump area…My 7 year old boxer has always been a picture of health. Then 3 weeks ago, she seemed slower and then deteriorated daily until she couldn’t control her bladder, balance, a head tick or had the strength to jump into her chair. She’s had an ultrasound organs looks good, a chest X ray, which showed spinal arthritis but early, multiple blood test fine, urinalysis fine. She final had a MRI that showed a mass and the base of her brain. The radiologist doesn’t think it’s a tumor but it’s caused her spinal fluid to back up onto her brain. She’s on omeprazole to slow her spinal fluid, denamarin to protect her liver and prednisone to reduce the pressure in her brain. She has improved, but the side effects of the steroids are terrible.