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    jeffpk posted:
    hi ,i have a 4 year old cocker spaniel and out of no where she couldnt walk on her hind legs and then began shaking and advice on what might have caused this? Also we had killed a scorpian right before this happened but if she would have been stung i thought she wouold have cryed ,if anyone can give me any adive i would really appreciate it. Another thing to consider is i live on an island with no vet so is it any thing you think i can do to help her?
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    AFROLIO responded:
    My 5 year old poodle just developed the same problems over night. Our vet says he has a rare disease, called it by a long forgien name that I can't begin to repeat. Don't know how they get it or what causes it or what to do to help him. More tests are scheduled but so far every thing is normal except for walking like a drunk, drawing his back legs and a wobbly head similar to a bobble doll.


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