” A dog has the soul of a philosopher.”
(and other neurological issues)
Another commonly misdiagnosed problem is the onset of epilepsy or any other neurological damage causing pain and discomfort. Your dog cannot tell you he has a headache. They cannot warn you they are going to have an episode. Also, a dog does not need to have a fit to have epilepsy.
Primary, Secondary and Reactive are the three types of canine epilepsy.
Secondary Epilepsy can be caused by problems such as a brain tumour, severe injury or trauma or even a stroke. It is sometimes referred to as symptomatic epilepsy.
Reactive epileptic seizures can be caused by problems such as liver failure, kidney failure, or even low blood sugar.
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