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Dogs get anxious too, and just like people, anxiety in dogs can result from a number of triggers. Learn what to do if your dog is showing signs of anxiety. Read
Dogs get anxious too, and just like people, anxiety in dogs can result from a number of triggers. Learn what to do if your dog is showing signs of anxiety.
As dogs age into their senior years, their behavior tends to change dramatically. Here are some important signs pet parents should look out for in their older dog, in order to be proactive in getting them the care they need.
A seizure can be a very scary thing to deal with, especially when it happens for the first time. Find out the best way to spring into action and how to keep your dog calm when a seizure occurs.
Dog epilepsy can be marked by seizures or other changes in behavior. Learn how to identify and treat epilepsy in dogs.
As in humans, a dog's brain and nervous system are very complex. Learn about dog neural health, possible diseases and issues, and what you can do.
Dogs don’t usually get aggressive unless they have a reasonable cause to act as such. There could be specific trends that you could identify as being a dog parent. But if their reaction is out of place and there’s no identifiable cause, you might need to consider a neurological reason for the same.
Anxiety in dogs can manifest itself in a wide array of ways. To find out if your dogs behavior is symptomatic of anxiety, look no further.
Dogs can suffer from OCD like humans can, and the symptoms can cause your dog to exhaust or even hurt themselves. Find out how to treat dog OCD.
Polyneuropathy is when multiple nerves in your pet become damaged, leading to tremors and weak reflexes. Although it can be quite severe, there are treatment options available and your pet could possibly be cured. Learn more here.
The distinguished Scottish Terrier is known for their great qualities. But one thing they may not be as well-known for is a neurological disorder called Scottie Cramp. Find out more about this disease and treatment options.
Pug encephalitis is a fatal neurological disease found only in the Pug dog breed. Although this disease is deadly, supportive treatments are available. Learn what these options are here.
Meningitis is a neurological disorder that poses serious health problems if not detected and treated early. Learn all about this disease here and how regular visits with your vet can be the difference between life and death for your dog.
Neurological disorders in dogs and cats can be quite difficult to cope with. When the brain is affected, so is everything else, affecting your pet's quality of life. Find out all about this brain disease here and the options available for pet parents.
Has your dog been hopping from one hind leg to another lately? Well they're definitely not trying to play hop scotch. This symptom is sometimes related to a disease that only Doberman Pinschers seems to get, which is called Dancing Doberman Disease. Find out more here to better understand how it can affect your dog.
Rabies is a scary topic that most pet parents probably don't even want to think about. Nonetheless, it is important to know the seriousness of this disease, and how you can prevent your pet from falling victim. Learn more here.
White Dog Shaker Syndrome is considered to be a neurological disease that can cause tremors in your dog. It was first noticed in white dog breeds, hence the name. Learn more about the symptoms and treatment options here.