Q. He's shaking lost to where he cannot walk and Panton
Shaking and panting
Should I make a vet appt?
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You should make an appointment with your veterinarian as soon as possible.
Symptoms of common disorders do not include disorientation or the inability to walk. These are symptoms that can manifest in severe neurological diseases. Problems with the nervous system (such as brain lesions) can include symptoms such as shaking. An evaluation of these matters needs to be done as soon as possible by an expert. It is very difficult to make an assessment of his condition from text alone. I would like to encourage you to schedule an appointment with your veterinary clinic as soon as possible and take her there.
Symptoms such as panting and immobility can often be caused by the loss of energy due to severe diarrhea, and in young dogs, this disease can be caused by a viral infection. thank you.