Old Dog Vestibular Disease: signs, treatment and recovery

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Has your old dog suddenly started to stumble and act drunk, developed a head tilt or can’t even get up? They may have old dog vestibular disease. In dogs this can come on very quickly and the symptoms can appear very dramatic like a stroke. In this video I discuss what this disease is, the signs and symptoms to look for, the treatment needed along with prognosis and recovery time.

Vestibular disease in dogs is a relatively common condition to affect old dogs of all breeds and genders. While the signs can be very dramatic and come on very quickly, much like a stroke, thankfully vestibular disease may not be a serious as you first fear.

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Dan and Buddy’s old dog vestibular disease story: https://youtu.be/9SgroGW6AIw
Senior dog care: https://youtu.be/-sSTSc9naGQ
Dementia in dogs: https://youtu.be/hXnKXaTA0pk

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