• Symptoms to Watch for in Your Dog: Shifting Lameness

    11 monthes ago - By Dawg Business

    We all know this one, right? The cause of shifting lameness, quick, anybody? Yes, intermittent or shifting lameness is a common symptom of Lyme disease .
    So that's it? Case closed?
    Not so fast. Yes, shifting lameness, stiff walk, and sensitivity to touch can signal Lyme disease. It likely wouldn't be the only symptom you'd see. You can observe any other symptoms involved with an infection such as swollen joints, lethargy , fever , loss of appetite , lymph node swelling, and others. Serious complications can even include kidney damage.
    Only 5-10% of dogs who might test positive for the...
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