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Dog lethargic

4 Neurological Reasons Your Dog is Lethargic

Lethargy is a condition that can be characterized by unusual fatigue and an overall reduction in motivation. A lethargic dog…

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Dog walking in circles

My Dog Keeps Walking in Circles all of a Sudden

There are very few instances when your dog walking in circles would be considered normal. “Some dogs may turn in…

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Dog staring at the wall

Help! My Dog is Staring at the Wall

First thing’s first. Why is your dog staring at the wall? No, your house isn’t haunted. Well, maybe it is,…

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Symptoms of stroke in dogs

10 Symptoms of a Stroke in Dogs

It was once thought that strokes only occurred in humans, but small animal cerebrovascular accidents are being diagnosed more often…

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Preventing dog obesity

Preventing Dog Obesity: How to Give Your Dog a Longer, Healthier, Happier Life

The Association for Pet Obesity Prevention reports that 55.8% of America’s dogs are overweight. Just like in humans, dog obesity…

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Dog head pressing

7 Reasons Why Your Dog is Pressing Its Head Against the Wall

Maybe you have an affectionate pup that shows you love by pressing its head against yours while you smother it…

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Dog change in behavior

4 Reasons for Sudden Behavior Changes in Dogs

Your dog can’t tell you what’s wrong, but you know when something isn’t right with your “soul mutt.” You don’t…

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types of neurological disorders in dogs and cats

Types of Neurological Disorders in Dogs and Cats

Just like in humans, dogs and cats get neurological conditions.  The nervous system is made up of the brain, spinal…

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dog facial paralysis

Facial Paralysis in Dogs: Why Does My Dog Have a Droopy Face?

Written by our Neurology Resident, Dr. DiVita. You can learn more about Dr. DiVita on our neurologists page. Why is…

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