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When i was at the vet recently for my dogs vaccination the vet commented that my dog is crosseyed. He didnt seem concerned about it but now im wondering if this could be why my dog is quite nervous. 
 

Im curious if others with this condition in their dog have found it affects their vision. I was planning to do agility and obedience with boy but not sure now if this could be an issue 

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He is  10 months

 

ive only had him 3 months but he can be clumsy. He doesnt really play fetch but will play tug. Mostly i just put his nervousness down to lack of socialisation as a pup. He gets spooked easily and panics when things come up from behind us. 

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1 hour ago, Stella2019 said:

He is  10 months

 

ive only had him 3 months but he can be clumsy. He doesnt really play fetch but will play tug. Mostly i just put his nervousness down to lack of socialisation as a pup. He gets spooked easily and panics when things come up from behind us. 

can he pick up a ball OK if you roll it past him/away from him ? does he grab the tug first time  when you dangle it in front of him ? Or is this part of his being "clumsy" :) Mind you, growing pups can often look/act very clumsy - all legs & elbows !! LOL 
I agree- if you are concerned- get specialist opinions . 
(and I think we need a photo of this gorgeous boy ;) 

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Thanks guys

 

ill see about a referral but being in regional Victoria im not sure if there is anyone outside melbourne.

 

He can get a ball i roll with tug he gets my hands a lot lol. 
 

 

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