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Paralysis Dog 5-10 Years No Pain

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Cervical stenosis (Wobblers Syndrome)
Degenerative myelopathy
Fibrocartilaginous embolism (FCE)
Intervertebral disc injury
Spondylosis

2 thoughts on “Paralysis Dog 5-10 Years No Pain

  1. Symptoms just started this week. She is a spayed Pit mix, last weighed in at 32 lbs. ..Previously she was happy to “stand guard” every day out on the fenced front porch/ramp. But now she just lays on the floor in the house (indoors she formerly “kept watch” by jumping up on couch to lay by front window). She also has diminished appetite. … Today i gave her one 325 mg.enteric coated aspirin thinking this is arthritis in her hips.
    >Can i give her more than one 325mg.aspirin a day for her 32 lb weight?
    >Is there anything else you would advise?
    Thank you so much for your help.

  2. Symptoms just started this week. She is a spayed Pit mix, last weighed in at 32 lbs. ..Previously she was happy to “stand guard” every day out on the fenced front porch/ramp. But now she just lays on the floor in the house (indoors she formerly “kept watch” by jumping up on couch to lay by front window). She also has diminished appetite. … Today i gave her one 325 mg.enteric coated aspirin thinking this is arthritis in her hips. It’s only her back legs that are slightly wobly and she’s walking slowly & carefully.
    >Can i give her more than one 325mg.aspirin a day for her 32 lb weight?
    >Is there anything else you would advise? Or is this some kind of paralysis?
    Thank you so much for your help.

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