Why is my pet limping, but shows no physical signs of being hurt?
Limping is a sign of pain, and unlike humans, pets can't really put that on.
So, there will be a cause of that pain, and we really need to find out what that is. If this goes on for more than a day and doesn't get better, then it would pay to go to your vet, just to get that checked out.
The reasons for persistent lameness or limping in your pet could range from a thorn in the foot, but it could be the start of arthritis as well. It may be soft tissue injury, or it could even be cancer.
So, you need to go to the vet and get that checked out. Often they'll take some x-rays, have a good feel of the leg and try and work out exactly what the cause is so that they can do something to help you fix it.
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