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Paralysis Puppy No Pain

Based on the history you provided, below are possible causes for your puppy’s paralysis. If you still seek further information, please visit our
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Cervical stenosis (Wobblers Syndrome)
Fibrocartilaginous embolism (FCE)
Intervertebral disc injury

2 thoughts on “Paralysis Puppy No Pain

  1. Sarthak Deoras says:

    My 5 months old labrador retriever suddenly paralyzed within 2 days. Yesterday he was walking very slowly but today he can’t even stand. Please tell me what should I do. I asked with my vet but even he doesn’t know

  2. Kelly Miller says:

    We took our puppy to the vet and she diagnosed her with DM But the other symptoms she is having like excessive drooling,even for a mastiff, its like really thick and frothy, she will drink on the same bowl of water but never really takes any of it in, she struggles to eat puppy food. Loss of bladder control. Could it be something else that may have been over looked? DM is not common in puppies we are grasping at straws and just want to save our puppy.

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