Degenerative myelopathy is a genetic abnormality which can affect your dog's spinal cord and severely limit your pet's mobility. Here our Winston-Salem vets explain more about this debilitating condition in dogs.
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Cerebellar Abiotrophy (degeneration) and Cerebellar Hypoplasia are two serious conditions that can effect your dog's brain, resulting in a loss of coordination and balance. In today's post our veterinary neurology team explains more about these brain conditions in dogs.
If your dog has frequent, recurring seizures there are a number of treatments your vet may prescribe to help reduce the frequency and severity of your pup's seizures. Today our vets share a number of available treatments for seizures in dogs, and explain more about the challenges of getting your pup's treatment 'just right'.
The veterinary neurology team at Carolina Veterinary Specialists understand that learning your cat has had a stroke can be distressing, however strokes in animals tend not to be as severe as strokes in people. With treatment, many cats go on to recover well and live a good quality of life for years to come.
For many pet parents, seeing your dog have a seizure can be distressing and worrying. Seizure in dogs can be caused by a number of factors ranging from heat exhaustion to epilepsy. Today our Winston-Salem vets help you to understand more about your dog's seizures.
Spotting blood in your dog’s stool, diarrhea or vomit is bound to cause both concern and alarm. Today our Veterinary Internal Medicine Specialists at Carolina Veterinary Specialists in Winston-Salem NC share some of the causes, symptoms and treatment for bloody diarrhea and vomit in dogs.
Is your dog losing balance, shaking, or falling over? Your dog's loss of balance could be the result of a serious medical issue, such as poisoning, stroke, injury, or an infection. Today, our Winston-Salem vets explain why you should head to an animal hospital right away if your dog is experiencing balance issues.
If your cat is experiencing recurrent seizures, your vet may diagnose your cat with epilepsy. Our veterinary neurologists at Carolina Veterinary Specialists in Winston-Salem diagnose and treat cats that are experiencing seizures for a variety of reasons ranging from diabetes to poisoning.
Our veterinary neurologist understands that if your dog is experiencing recurring seizures, it may leave you feeling helpless and alone, but an estimated 0.5 - 5 percent of dogs are living with idiopathic epilepsy (seizures with no obvious cause). Today, our Winston-Salem vets share the types and symptoms of epilepsy in dogs, and how it is treated.