A pet’s neurological health affects the brain, neuromuscular system, and spine. Because of the complexity of the nervous system, as well as its importance in relaying messages between the brain, spinal cord, and peripheral nerves, the slightest injury can cause serious complications; any sort of damage or disease can cause difficulty with motor skills and sensory response.
Typically, the onset of a serious neurological disease is irreversible, but there are treatment options that can help manage side-effects. A proper diagnosis can help your pet obtain the treatment they require.
If your pet is behaving unconventionally, read through the sections below to better understand neurological diseases in pets, their symptoms, and possible treatments.
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