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Dog Anesthesia: When Is It Needed and Is It Safe?

Anesthesia is a drug-induced, temporary loss of awareness and sensation used for medical purposes. Under dog anesthesia, a patient’s consciousness…

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Pug Myelopathy

4 Things You Should Know about Pug Myelopathy

Pug myelopathy is an uncommon condition in dogs that is still not fully understood. In fact, much remains open to…

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Myelomalacia in dogs

Myelomalacia in Dogs

When a severe spinal cord injury renders a dog unable to move its legs or feel its toes, about 10-15%…

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Dog can't walk on back leg suddenly

My Dog Can’t Walk on Its Back Leg Suddenly: What Happened?

When your dog can’t walk on its back leg suddenly and for no reason that you can see, it can…

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Dog rubbing face

What to Do When Your Dog Constantly Rubs Its Face

If you pay attention, you will likely find yourself rubbing your eyes or scratching your head, nose, ears, and face…

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Dog vertigo

Dog Vertigo: Signs and Can It Be Treated

Vestibular disease in dogs refers to any disturbance in a dog’s vestibular system. From a pet parent perspective, vestibular disease…

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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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Sudden paralysis in dogs

Sudden Paralysis in Dogs: Sasha’s Story

From one minute to the next, a perfectly healthy, happy-go-lucky ball of canine energy was reduced to a painful and…

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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 head shaking

Dog Head Shaking: Causes and What to Do

Dog head shaking can mean different things to different people. Let’s begin by differentiating between a dog intentionally shaking its…

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