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my jack russel has 6 toes on each legg..can you help me? i dont know if theire is an problem?

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  • DeaDea NHPosts: 7,176Member ✭✭✭
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    As long as he's not in pain and can walk and run normally, then there shouldn't be an issue. Good Luck!
  • Faith VuksichFaith Vuksich Posts: 19Member
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    If he doesn't show he's any way in pain or suffering and can walk and run fine, it's fine.(: I have two chihuahuas and each have an extra toe on one of their back legs. Sometimes dogs get extras from genetics. But hey, just more of them to love! (:
  • Tod KnudsenTod Knudsen MovillePosts: 3,793Member
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    We ha a cat that had 7 toes on each foot. He was fine and it did not cause him any problems in his life. It was just the way the dog was born.
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