Hey guys, I've been looking to adopt a dog around 2 years old from a boxer rescue. I've been matched with a dog (2.5 years old) and gone through the process... interviews/visits etc. I've actually arranged to drive the 6hrs or so and pick the dog up tomorrow morning. But something worries me and I'm looking for an experienced opinion. The dog was limping this morning. He's actually not putting any weight on his front paw (not dragging just lifts it and hops). The foster told me this has happened before recently (last 2 months) and went away on its own. It also happened at the kennel he was in before the foster home. They have contacted the rescue people and the response was to keep an eye on it but that it doesn't need to be vet checked just yet. If its not bleeding, visibly broken or punctured what is there to see? He doesn't guard it, foster was able to inspect it but he may just have a higher pain tolerance? Occuring and going away a number of times normal? What should I do? I'm just worried that this could be something more serious than just a sprain from play. You would think that they wouldn't want to send the dog off without knowing it was completely healthy or what problems he may have and make the person adopting aware of it. I mean they did a very lengthy check of the home.