Convulsions in dogs March 7, 2014 at 9:11 pm

Convulsions extend generally in the form of attacks combined with the loss of consciousness and convulsions of all skeletal muscles. Pupils are strongly enhanced, and the oral cavity can escape the increased amount of saliva. Some dogs with convulsion attacks unconsciously give feces and urine. Less contractions limited to only one half of the limb or animal. The attacks of convulsions followed a similar and are often preceded by a concerned dog, as well as symptoms of fear. Convulsions should be distinguished from muscle tremors occurring as a result of the cold, tics nosówkowych, tetany postpartum. In the latter case, the bitch has a difficulty in raising up, moving, observed tetanic muscle and accelerated gaping breath.


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