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  1. A week ago I went on a really long walk with my husky. When we walked I noticed him kick his left rear leg out. Following the walk he was stiff and the leg didn't seem to cause him too much issue. However this week he was clearly in pain as he was vocal about it. I took him to the the vets for an x-ray and a CT scan. £1500.00 later they now say he may need a MRI scan. Please can you offer advice, he is in pain when he gets up and sits but seems better when walking. The scans came back inconclusive. Could it be ligament? Trapped nerve? If so how can I identify it? I have attached some videos to show him walking. Diego in pain Diego not showing sign of pain
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