christinepi Posted August 28, 2015 Share Posted August 28, 2015 (edited) Tracker is 8.5 years old and lately has started to show shakiness (it's really quivering, more than shakiness) in his hind legs, when on walks. It seems slightly more on the left. It's by no means consistent, but often enough that I've started to notice. He also did this recently when standing around for a few minutes, and quite a bit, too. He's never been comfortable standing in one spot even when he was 3, so maybe that's just age, but the fact that he's doing that when walking now concerns me. I should add that he's been dealing with a front right triceps damage after he ran zoomies. He's been getting PT for that for over 2 months without much improvement. Maybe he's favoring his hind legs to get the weight off the front and then they get tired faster? Also, it's been so hot here (California Coast) for months now that after he's gone on his morning walk he wants nothing to do with any more walks the rest of the day other than potty walks, so maybe his hind legs are weakening? Maybe those ideas are crazy, but I thought I'd give as much info as I can. Edited August 28, 2015 by christinepi Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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