Just a quick note to say hi! Is there any news about your little dog? Now I've had second thoughts about my answer on the forum, and hope I didn't scare you. I only hope that what is wrong is temporary, and your dog will get movement back in her legs ok. The reason I mentioned those wheel-aids for dogs is I saw a TV program about those things, and many dogs who couldn't use their back legs because of spinal paralysis were doing ok with them, and living full and happy lives. I was imagining if the vet gave you bad news, you might be so upset, and not know what to do. Good luck and best wishes. Ginger.
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