So I know this is a UK forum, but I’m from the US and it doesn’t seem like there are a ton of forums for piggy owners here. The last two days have been a heck of a scare for me. I have a very precious 6 year old girl pig named Bear. She’s perky, sweet, and seems happy. She had an issue back in January where her back legs stopped working.... My mother would come over to my place and help with “pig therapy”- making sure her legs got proper circulation and muscle mass stayed sufficient. The vet put her on metacam, and a higher dose of .7 ml twice a day seemed to work great. She started walking again. Gradually over the past 2 months I started weaning her doses, she was down to .5 ml once a day. Yesterday was her first day off the meds. She flipped on her back and I wasn’t sure if it was a reaction to the medication or she accidentally rolled too far, as I’ve had piggies do that when they’ve flopped. I got her upright immediately and sat with her for an hour before going to bed (2am). Then today, again no medicine, she does this twice more- now I know it wasn’t an accidental flip. I got her on her feet and she was alert and acting like herself every time I uprighted her, and called my mom over (she’s got pigs as well, we help each other with things like this). So she suggested it might be withdrawal since Bear was on Metacam for 3 months? I could see it being that way. I got more from the vet and gave her a dose, and she’s been fine the last 4 hours. Anyone else experience this? This is my girl, we have her on towels now to keep it soft for her joints.