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Dictionary
13:40:50 Fri
Nov 13 2009

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What makes dogs tremor and lose balance?:help:

  
Katiesnowflake
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You need to see your vet, it could be any number of things from minor to more serious. Usually a simple blood test will suffice. What age is your dog?

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13:46:31 Mon
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HI he 7or 8 not shaw .he was a rescue dog. over the last 3 monthes he has had 6 fits had hime in the vets thay done some tests but cannot help me. starts to fall over his front legs go some times he is sick then falls over.last week he fell over on his walk.he gets up and can not get his balance.for 10 /30 mins to day was 45mins then he is as right as rain for may be a week.his hart seems ok he will try to eat when he can not stand so he likes his food.when you go on line :sad: it seems that his symptoms.can be anything.do you no if any body in the white stuff can help me.iam at my wits end.i have spoken to you be for .i was miloww2.but had to re reg.

  
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Hi, My last boxer suffered from epilepsy and often fell over and couldnt co-ordinate his legs. It sounds like he is having some sort of seizure and you should maybe go back to the vets as there are some good treatments if this is the case.

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I agree with Liz. Sometimes they can have very minor fits that the vets dont like to diagnose and treat. If you are not getting a good feedback from your vet perhaps you could try another vet?
Please let us know how you get on.

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Any news??

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Could be a vastibular episode, kind of like vertigo in humans?



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