Did my dog just have a stroke?

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Symptoms of strokes in dogs can include: Inability to walk or walking with an uncoordinated gait.

Head tilt. Abnormal eye movements, side to side or rotary (nystagmus)

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Although we would like to protect our dogs from a potential stroke, there are typically no warning signs before a stroke occurs.

In the brain, strokes may cause sudden loss of balance, blindness, or seizures.

In the spinal cord, strokes can cause sudden weakness or paralysis of one or more limbs."

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Although we would like to protect our dogs from a potential stroke, there are typically no warning signs before a stroke occurs.

In the brain, strokes may cause sudden loss of balance, blindness, or seizures.

In the spinal cord, strokes can cause sudden weakness or paralysis of one or more limbs."

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Pets undergoing strokes usually show sudden signs.

The trouble is there's no single symptom that is the hallmark of a stroke — signs can differ depending on the location and severity of the incident.

Symptoms can be as vague as a head tilt and circling to difficulty walking and seizures, according to Dr. Pancotto.

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Although we would like to protect our dogs from a potential stroke, there are typically no warning signs before a stroke occurs.

"Strokes can occur anywhere in the brain or spinal cord.

In the brain, strokes may cause sudden loss of balance, blindness, or seizures.

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Strokes in Dogs.

with time and care. "We most often recognize Strokes occurring in the brain of dogs, where they can be either ischemic—caused by a blockage of a blood vessel—or hemorrhagic—caused by a bleeding blood vessel." "However, dogs can also have ischemic Strokes affecting their spinal cord.

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Strokes in Dogs.

with time and care. "We most often recognize Strokes occurring in the brain of Dogs, where they can be either ischemic—caused by a blockage of a blood vessel—or hemorrhagic—caused by a bleeding blood vessel." "However, dogs can also have ischemic Strokes affecting their spinal cord.

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Like humans, dogs can have strokes, but they typically aren't as common as in people.

This can occur in dogs of all ages.

Signs of a stroke can be subtle but may also include head tilt, circling, weakness, paralysis of one or more limbs, loss or urine or bowel control and collapse.

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