Dog epilepsy is very like epilepsy in people or other animals. To the onlooker, the symptoms can be highly distressing as they tend to be violent. The muscle spasms can be strong, making the limbs move or jerk. The head can be thrown back. There can be involuntary howling. There is often incontinence. There is usually salivation. And afterwards, there may be incoordination for as long as it takes the dog to recover.
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