Canine seizures may be a common occurrence in dogs that suffer from epilepsy or any other neurological disturbance. It causes convulsion, and the dog becomes unconscious and forms froth in the mouth. However, this shouldn’t be confused with rabies. The seizures cause involuntary muscle movements that are temporary and can last for less than five […]
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