Canine Vestibular Syndrome Treatment?

Answer Canine vestibular syndrome, a disorder that affects the inner ear of middle-age to older dogs, is caused by inflammation in the nerves that connect the inner ear to the cerebellum, the part of the ... Read More »

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Vestibular Syndrome: A Dog's Treatment?

You notice your geriatric dog showing distressing signs of falling over, holding his head to one side and his eyes look different. Your veterinarian diagnoses your pet with vestibular syndrome but ... Read More »

The Prognosis for Canine Vestibular Disease?

With its stroke-like symptoms, canine vestibular disease (CVD) can look scary. Despite the frightening physical manifestation, the prognosis is usually good and most patients fully recover with min... Read More »

Relapse of Canine Vestibular Disease?

Canine vestibular disease is characterized by the inflammation of the vestibular arrays that give a dog its sense of balance. It can occur unexpectedly, but it is generally not a very serious cond... Read More »

Canine Vestibular Disease Symptoms?

Canine vestibular disease is caused by inflammation of the middle ear that affects the dog's balance and coordination. It can be caused by infection or a brain lesion, but some cases have no known ... Read More »