A persistent head tilt is a sign of a balance (vestibular) centre problem in dogs. It is very similar to ‘vertigo’ in people and is often accompanied by a ‘drunken’ walk and involuntary eye movements, either side to side or up and down. The feeling that the room is spinning due to the eye movements […]
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What Does it Mean if My Dog has had a Seizure?
What are seizures? Seizures (also called convulsions or fits) are sudden electrical events that happen in the brain and they cause: A change is the patient’s consciousness or awareness of what is going on around them Uncontrolled movement of the body Seizures have many manifestations, but the signs shown by an individual are usually the […]
by expert Simon Platt on September 18, 2012 category Neurological problems, Seizures and Fits