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Pet’s Sudden Paralysis in Spring May Be ‘Spinal Stroke’

Apr 30, 2018 / Neurology / Cats / Dogs

Spinal Strokes May Follow Strenuous Activity With the long, cold winter coming to an end, dogs and their owners are longing to get outside and enjoy the warmth. However, a beautiful day of activity outside after a relatively stationary winter could mean an increase in dogs suffering from a fibrocartilaginous embolism (FCE), more commonly known...

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Watchful Care Makes Epilepsy Manageable in Dogs

Sep 6, 2016 / Advances in Medicine / Neurology / Dogs

Dogs with epilepsy can live high-quality lives Seizures are scary to witness in humans, but they can be just as alarming to see in your pets. Many owners don’t realize that dogs can have seizures until the event happens. When a dog has two or more seizures, this disorder is called epilepsy. Dr. Samantha Vitale,...