Tremors of dog's legs
My dog started experiencing tremors of his legs about four months ago. He is a 10 year old Jack Russell - rough coat.
He has been tested for Lyme's Disease - which was negative. Despite the negative outcome, he was treated with antibiotic two cycles - which seemed to help the tremors.
He also was given Valium - thinking that it was seizure activity, which did not help.
He has had blood work which all have been normal, as well as a urinalysis. Now I have taken him to another vet who did a spine x-ray and a thorough exam - all showed no findings.
Now he is on 30 days of Presiolone 10 mg - which has not helped after about 20 days of treatment.
He is very active and plays, runs in the yard with his companion "Lilly", eats and drinks with no problems. I am a firm believer in homeopathic treatments, and I am hoping that you can shed some light on other options that I may take for my best buddy.
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