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Quick Answers To Your Dog's Medical Symptoms
Wednesday 19th of December 2018

Coordination Problems

Below you will find dog diseases or conditions that include Coordination Problems as a possible symptom. Click on a diagnosis link for disease or condition information.

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Cerebellar Degeneration

Possible Symptoms Of Cerebellar Degeneration

Altered Mental State
Coordination Problems
Decreased Reactions
Falling Over
Jerking Movements
Swaying Of The Body
Uncoordinated Gait

View Information - - cerebellar degeneration

Cerebellar Hypoplasia

Possible Symptoms Of Cerebellar Hypoplasia

Coordination Problems
Head Bobbing
Swaying Of The Body
Trembling Of The Entire Body And Head
Wide Gait

View Information - - cerebellar hypoplasia

Fibrocatilaginous Embolic Myelopathy

Possible Symptoms Of Fibrocatilaginous Embolic Myelopathy

Coordination Problems
Dragging Of Limbs
Sudden Onset Of Paralysis In One, Or Several Limbs

View Information - - fibrocatilaginous embolic myelopathy


Possible Symptoms Of Labyrinthitis

Abnormal Posture
Coordination Problems
Head Tilted Down And Tipped To One Side
Head Tilted Toward Affected Side
Loss Of Balance
Rapid Eye Movement

View Information - - labyrinthitis

Uremia (kidney Failure)

Possible Symptoms Of Uremia (kidney Failure)

Appetite Loss
Bad Breath
Brown Discoloration Of The Tongue
Coordination Problems
Dry Coat
Excessive Thirst
Excessive Urination
Loose Teeth
Mouth Ulcers
Weight Loss

View Information - - uremia (kidney failure)

Vestibular Syndrome

Possible Symptoms Of Vestibular Syndrome

Appetite Loss
Coordination Problems
Head Tilted Down And Tipped To One Side
Sudden Loss Of Balance
Ticking Movement Of The Eyes

View Information - - vestibular syndrome

Remember, this information is for reference only. Always contact your vet or pet profesional for advice.


The information contained on this site is for the sole purpose of being informative and is not and should not be used or relied upon as medical advice.
Seek the advice of your vet or other qualified pet care provider before you decide on any treatment or for answers to any questions you may have regarding a canine medical symptom or medical condition.

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