Q. He cannot stand his head is tilted to one side and lethargic
He cannot stand on his own his head is tilted right extremely lethargic and is not responding the way he usually does drinking very little eating very small amounts he is blind in on eye
What are causes & treatment?
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Hello, first of all, I'm sorry for the late reply. The symptom of your dog is headtilt. Considering your dog's age and symptoms, the symptoms can be caused by meningitis, middle ear inflammation, early dementia, etc. In particular, if it comes with invisible symptoms, it can be granulomatous meningitis or necrotizing meningitis.
In this case, you must visit the animal hospital and conduct tests including mri.
There aren't many things you can do at home. I hope you visit the animal hospital soon.