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    My staffie rex aka muttly
    Kieronsheer86 posted:
    Hi i have a beautiful 3 and a half year old tiger brindle staffie called rex hes my best mate i never go anywhere or do anything unless he can come but recently he seems to be suffering form what i have just found out to be head tremors and im a little worried to say the least because i know nothing at all that could have cause his condition and he seem to have them at every random times and places hes does not seem to be in pain and he is sort of responsive and they vary on the lenght of time they last but they all act the same with the head shaking up and down and seeming to be uncontrollable if any1 has any advice i would be really greatfull because i am on a very limeted budget

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