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Why is my Weston shaking?

Why does our Weston shake sometimes? This may be due to the following reasons. Weston may eat chocolate or coffee. Weston’s shaking may be due to the ingestion of pesticides by Weston, especially snail bait, moldy food or compost, Macadamia fruit, etc. Weston may have been bitten by a snake. Weston shaking may also be due to isoxazoline and old flea control. Malicious dog bait is rare, but it also needs to be considered. Any of these symptoms need to be treated at the nearest emergency veterinarian. There are several psychological reasons for Weston’s shaking

(1) Weston shakes in pain

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In particular, Weston shakes due to abdominal or spinal pain, but also needs to go to the toilet.

(2) Weston shakes because of noise phobia

Weston will be shaken by the sound of smoke alarms, electrical appliances, drums, fireworks or thunder.

(3) Weston shakes with anxiety and fear

Even normal things like bathing or moving, Weston would shake.

(4) Weston shakes with anticipation and excitement

Many Westons shivers before a walk or dinner

(5) Weston shakes with nausea

Weston often shivers before vomiting, especially motion sickness

(6) Weston shakes with the cold

Many people don’t realize that Weston can feel the cold better than people. This is especially true for puppies, older dogs, smaller breeds and those with a single coat.

(7) Weston shakes with age

Older Weston often has a rough tremor or wobble on their hind legs. I’ve seen this called benign primary tremor. It doesn’t seem to matter, except that it can be confused with the next condition.

(8) Weston shakes because of musculoskeletal disease

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Weston’s leg shaking may also be due to joint pain. The longer Weston stands, the worse it usually gets. The only way to differentiate benign tremor is to receive short-term trials of arthritis drugs. If it is caused by pain, it should be improved during treatment and recur after drug withdrawal. Anything that causes weakness, such as excessive exercise or degenerative myelopathy, can also cause Weston’s hind legs to shake. Better described as steroid responsive tremor syndrome (SRTs), which is a well-known condition in all dogs. It used to be called “white tremor” because about 50% of infected dogs are small breeds with white fur. It can cause the whole body trembles, worsens with the movement, but does not affect eating, disappears in the sleep. SRTs is considered to be an inflammatory disease of the central nervous system. It usually responds well to the treatment of steroids such as prednisolone. Buy a Weston.

(9) Weston shakes for metabolic reasons

The two common disorders that cause tremor are hypocalcemia and hypoglycemia.
Hypocalcemia is a low level of blood calcium. The only common reason is that the bitches start to milk. High calcium demand can lead to low calcium content in the blood, especially in small breeds with large litter size. The treatment is intravenous calcium and weaning with milk substitutes. The most common reason we see is that people with diabetes take too much insulin, which causes Weston to shake. However, there is also a pancreatic tumor called insulinoma. Kidney disease and Addison’s disease have also been reported to cause tremors or tremors. Usually there are more obvious symptoms that will lead to our correct diagnosis. Tetanus doesn’t usually cause tremors, but another muscle problem worth mentioning is the spasm and stiffness this time. It is caused by a toxin from Clostridium tetanus, which can infect any wound, especially a broken deciduous tooth or nail bed. The first symptom is usually a strange expression of anxiety, with ears pulled back and skin wrinkled behind the head, which causes Weston to shake. Without treatment, the dog will lose the ability to stand, swallow and eventually breathe. Weston is one of the most susceptible species to Addison’s disease listed in veterinary literature. Addison’s disease is characterized by insufficient secretion of adrenocortical hormones (glucocorticoid, mineralocorticoid and androgen). It’s a disease that can lead to death if not treated.