What Looks Amusing May Be a Sign of Ill Health

Social media contributes to a distorted view of adorable canine behavior.

Perhaps you’ve seen the online videos of dogs with an adorably goofy-looking gait. They put one front leg very decidedly in front of the other as they prance along in a jangly style, or sometimes bring up their front legs as if they are marching, putting a smile on dog lovers’ faces. But what looks […]
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