Panosteitis in the German Shepherd Dog – Panosteitis – Pano


hi everybody this is Debbie from total dash german shepherd.com and today I want to take just a quick couple of minutes to share some information with you about a condition called panels to Titus or pentose Titus I’m sorry I’m probably really missing that anyway I’m gonna call it panel for short and you’ll probably hear it referred to that quite a bit but anyway and I want to talk to you about it as it occurs in the German Shepherd although it does happen in other breeds as well first of all pano is also known by a lot of different names might be calling of wandering lameness or it might be called growing pains or a lot of people just call it panel and that’s usually what I refer to it and basically this is something that’s really very common in large breed dogs so it doesn’t just happen to the German Shepherd also happens to the Rottweiler Great Danes Dobermans labrador retrievers golden retrievers and this is just a few of the breeds that are most commonly affected by pano now most often this happens between the ages of 6 to 18 months although sometimes it might happen in you know German Shepherds are a little bit older and also pano cannot you know can be just a really really hard thing to diagnose now some of the things is characterized by lameness you know they can come and go from day to day and it also can change from one leg to the other and this is also something that’s not associated with any kind of trauma or injury that the dog is you know incurred this is just something that changes from day to day which is one of the things that really makes it hard to diagnose quite literally Pento or means inflammation of all bones even though you know the real cost of this disease is unknown at this point now I’ve also heard it compared to things like growing pains especially you know growing pains happens in teenagers and this seems to be a pretty accurate analogy as far as I’m concerned anyway so Penn Oh in the GSD or in the German Shepherd can be debilitating but with proper care most of these dogs are going to have a full recovery and some reason it seems that males are also more commonly affected than females with pain Oh additionally if a female does happen to have panel oftentimes it occurs in association with a first heat cycle now pain oh and the German Shepherd can be very painful and it can last for you know as long as 18 months but usually though most pain oh it takes just AI lasts for a few weeks like maybe two or three now on a good note this disease is self-limiting and there are very few long-term side effects the happiness of result of pain oh and usually once it’s run its course you know there’s no need for further treatment of any kind now diagnosis of pain Oh in the German Shepherd in many cases there’s the veterinarian is going to want to take individual x-rays and these will be used to confirm the diagnosis of the unaffected or the affected limbs and sometimes when they read these what they’re really looking for is a subtle increase in bone density that’s observed in the center part of the affected bones now later on the bone might be becoming you know patchy or even have a mottled appearance from looking at the x-rays and the outer surface of the bone might appear rough under or whatever but basically as far as symptoms go for pano there are many different things that can occur such as sudden acute pain lameness which shifts you know from one leg to another also the dog can show reluctance to walk or even to exercise there can also be acute pain if you know you you squeeze the affected bone and German Shepherds are also affected with Penna or if the Germans – excuse me if the German Shepherd is affected with panel oftentimes they’ll also be depressed and even go off their food so occasionally some dogs will even have an elevated white-blood-cell count they may even have a fever or may even come there they have tonsillitis as well when they have about a pen oh now treatment of pain oh and the German Shepherd since its since panel basically can often be quite painful painkillers are usually used to to treat pain o such as buffered aspirin or REM Adel these are usually recommended even though there’s no specific treatment for the disease at this time the treatment can be very symptomatic but the outcome usually is quite good so whenever I have a German Shepherd that has panel usually what I do to make it make them you know have as good a time as they can with it and to get over as quickly as possible I can find them to a small space I limit their exercise you know other than just going out to the bathroom and maybe getting around to eat and just very very you know small amounts of exercise and also I try to keep them for as quiet as possible and if you have a German Shepherd that you can’t keep quiet if it’s a young puppy that’s a little more active and just wants to play you may even have to you know credit for small periods of time just to make sure that your dog will be able to relax on its own now there’s no known cure or excuse me no known cause for pet Oh in the German Shepherd or any dog for that matter but diet is thought to play a large part in it it also been thought to that there’s a genetic reason for this but I don’t think you know that hereditary problems can be ruled out at this time either if your dog happens to have a problem or pain or if it has about a panel over although the long-term prognosis for pano is you know for dog hispanos very good recurrence of this can happen it’s very common that’ll happen you know periodically until the dog is up to around 2 years or so of age and while clinical signs of lameness and soreness might last for several weeks complete recovery from from pano for dog casts it is very very typical so if you’d like to learn more about the german shepherd dog and pano and the german shepherd or any other sort of conditions that the german shepherd may be predisposed to or if you want to watch maybe Syndrome a 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15 thoughts on “Panosteitis in the German Shepherd Dog – Panosteitis – Pano

  • My GSD Nigel was diagnosed with Pano. The Vet gave him a NSAID to relieve the pain and inflammation. Not wanting to do nothing, I decided to supplement his diet with unflavored un-sweeten gelatin found at my grocery store for less than 2 bucks. This worked for Nigel. He runs and jumps like before and his lameness is gone.

  • Drs say there is no known cause for Pano. I know this to be a lie from way up & I will explain. In 2009 with gene mapping, stem cells that regrow finger tips, nails, growing hearts & heart valves in the lab, genetic programming to perform specific tasks, nanobots that replace the blood cell to produce 6x the oxygen & with genome mapping of every living thing on this planet there is no way scientists don't know the trigger point for pano.I dug up the info & I am 99% positive that I know the cause

  • I spent years studying vaccines inside & out for humans & animals.Prior generations saw plagues that wiped out humans & animals alike so there are elements that insist vaccines are necessary regardless of the percentages of children or pets that die due to the vaccine but the deadly or crippling reactions to vaccines must never be officially publicized or admitted to by doctors or vets.If all the stories were made public then it would collapse the vaccine industry as people would refuse vaccines

  • If you notice that the time when Pano hits is the age following the puppy series vaccines & the first rabies shot. 1 study I found where joint fluid was extracted was found the vaccines had accumulated in the joints. When I keyword searched Vaccine Symptoms it read Joint Pain.
    It's the vaccines that cause Pano along with IBS, Colic, allergies, sudden death, swelling of the brain, Autism etc etc etc etc.

  • Oh I know, the medical association adamantly denies vaccines cause Autism but what u have here is a group of people determined that vaccination programs save lives & they will say or do anything to protect the vaccination programs to prevent the plagues not to mention a multi-Trillion dollar industry which I will cover another astounding cover up & lie to sell more product to the innocent unsuspecting public…

  • The idea of vaccination has sound reasoning but here is where the drug companies have everybody bamboozled. 1st u must understand the basic functioning of the immune system & most people do so pay close attention.Simplified:all any human or animal needs is 1 exposure to an antigen or virus, this triggers the anti-bodies to battle the invader, once the data is received for the best way to battle the invader it stores it in the T-cell.Done,that's it for life.There is no reason for booster vaccines

  • The drug companies scientists want u to believe immunity lies within the anti-bodies, it doesn't. Immunity is in the T-cell for life from 1 exposure & another lie is they can't test the T-cell for immunity. Anti-bodies disappear after a time because they are not needed but drug company scientists convince people to keep those anti-bodies in constant production mode with continual vaccinations in animals, so why don't humans get yearly or tri-yearly vaccinations?

  • The reason mercury is in vaccines is to keep the antigen or virus in the body longer to keep anti-bodies in constant production. The virus binds with mercury as it travels through the blood stream it actually penetrates the red blood cell as well as muscle & organs. The immune system cannot eradicate the virus because it is attached to the mercury so it spends years in constant battle mode. Some immune systems are so powerful it will kill the red blood cell to get to the virus…

  • This is called Hemolytic Auto Immune Anemia in the case of a Standard Poodle of mine that was near death 3 months after receiving the entire gamete of vaccines. The vet said he will die in 3 days if I don't get him to emergency care for bone marrow transplant & blood transfusions. I argued it was the mercury vaccine in the blood cells & all he needed was a heavy metal detox, the vet was angry & said don't be surprised if he is dead in 3 days. I gave the dog EDT to remove heavy metals…

  • He was lethargic & hadn't eaten or drank for 3 days, his gums were pure white (anemic). I had to force him to drink gatoraide & water, I forced down his throat antibiotics, Iron hemoglobin supplement, EDTA liquid, heavy metal detox herbs, & wide array of pet & human vitamins. Miraculously in 3 days he began eating & drinking like a horse. In 3 wks I took him back to the same vet for tests. The vet says he is normal, when I looked at him funny he said oh yes this can reverse with nutrition

  • I presently have a new Berner pup now 8 months old. He got pano 3 days following the rabies vaccine. He limped severely for a week as I gave him high doses of Glucosamine, Chodroitin, MSM but did not help so I gave him EDTA liquid 15 drops 1 day & he stopped limping & was normal for 2 days, 3rd & 4rth day he limped, I gave him another dose & stopped limping now for 3 days. I'm telling you it's the mercury / vaccines

  • Also in the video above you mention a connection with high white blood cell count & pano. That is only a tiny piece of the puzzle but do you see it now? Vaccines contain Antibiotics, Mercury, Aluminum, Formaldehyde, ether, detergents & more & infected puss or something of the like that the virus is grown on, you are injecting infectious disease substances into your animal or child repeatedly when once is enough for immunity. These toxins are carcinogenic & do cause health & behavioral problems.

  • My GSD is only 12 weeks old and already had PANO after x-ray. He is limping with a swollen hind leg. The vet prescribed 25 ml Rimadyl twice a day but so far the swelling has not come down.

  • search hind leg muscle pain
    My GSD (nearly 2 years) has just started walking funny on both back legs. Vet found sore thigh muscles (possibly) it went away for 2 weeks, but has come back!
    She has heaps of protein in her diet…

  • I have a 12wk gs and will yelp holding his left paw in pain for like 30sec than will continue on like hes ok vet gave him some anti inflamotory medicine and pain killers.He didnt say anything about pano but i was wandering from your exsperience when the limb goes gimp with pano does it stay that way for awhile my pup seems to go back to normal soon after

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