What can cause a dog to limp on front leg?

The most common causes of dog limping on the front leg are due to sprains, trauma, injury, ligament diseases, and osteoarthritis. It can also be caused by inflammation of the muscle or tendon, nerve injury, injury to the foot or bone diseases.

You should check how severe is the limping. If your dog seems uncomfortable and limping doesn’t stop after some time, you should go to your veterinarian to find out the reason.