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Vascular Accidents: Stroke in Dogs

Strokes are rare in dogs but may occur in certain situations.

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Hydrocephalus in Dogs

Learn the causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of hydrocephalus in dogs.

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Can a Dog Get a Concussion?

Learn about the symptoms, causes, and treatment for concussions in dogs.

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Don't Ignore This Odd Canine Behavior: Head Pressing

Know what head pressing in dogs means and what to do if you see this strange behavior in your dog.

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Vestibular Syndrome in Dogs

Your veterinarian can diagnose vestibular syndrome in your dog. Learn more about it here.

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Fly-Biting Behavior in Dogs

If your dog suddenly begins staring at and then snapping at nonexistent bugs in the air, you should have him checked out by a veterinarian.

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Seizures in Dogs: An Overview

Learn about seizures in dogs, including types, causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment.

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Canine Epilepsy: Seizures in Dogs

Epilepsy is relatively common in dogs. A seizure is typically not harmful; however if seizures are severe or increasing in frequency, medications are usually indicated. To learn more about epilepsy in dogs, click here.

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