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What are Head Tremors?

This condition is considered idiopathic because the cause is still unknown. There are many theories about possible causes of head shaking such as seizures, nervous system disorders, or head injuries. According to the veterinary care professionals, head tremors are not usually related to any other symptoms, although some dogs have shown signs of other illnesses in addition to head tremors. These may or may not be related to head tremors. This condition is usually seen more often in immature to middle aged dogs and some breeds are more susceptible than others. Head tremors have also been suspected as being reason for the condition called white dog shaker syndrome.

Head tremors (idiopathic tremor syndrome) in dogs are characterized as an involuntary side to side or up and down movement of the head. The movement has been referred to as a head bob like a bobble head doll. Head tremors have also been compared to Parkinson’s disease in humans. It is not a voluntary shake of the head as with ear itching or infections. Some of the breeds most often reported as having head tremors include Boxers, Spaniels, Chow Chows, Samoyeds, Doberman Pinschers, Labrador Retrievers, Dalmatians, Pitbulls, and Bulldogs.

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Symptoms of Head Tremors in Dogs

The symptoms of head tremor in dogs include:

  • Head bobbing back and forth (similar to bobble-head doll)
  • Shaking head up and down (like saying yes)
  • Shaking head (like saying no)

Types

  • Cerebellar head tremors (intention tremors) can be related to damage to the cerebellum, which is the part of the brain that controls coordination; these are usually noticed when your dog is intending to do something such as reaching to his food or water bowl
  • Toxin related head tremors are caused by the ingestion of some toxins such as rat poison, slug or snail baits, or compost
  • Drug related head tremors have been reported in dogs that have ingested certain drugs like antidepressants, amphetamines, and anti-emetics
  • Idiopathic head tremors are the most common and include any form of head tremors in which the cause is unknown

Causes of Head Tremors in Dogs

The most common head tremors have an unknown cause, but there are other types of head tremors that have certain causes such as:

  • Hereditary
  • Injury or trauma to the head
  • Certain medications
  • Extreme pain
  • Renal (kidney) disorders
  • Low blood sugar
  • Low calcium level
  • Toxicity from chemicals or plants
  • Central nervous system (CNS) disease
  • Swelling of the brain

Diagnosis of Head Tremors in Dogs

Diagnosing head shaking is extremely difficult to diagnose, especially when it is idiopathic. However, the veterinarian will do this by excluding other causes and narrowing it down. The first step is to perform a comprehensive physical examination. This usually includes a complete assessment of your dog’s entire body, including vital signs, auscultation, and palpation.

The veterinarian will also need your dog’s complete medical history and immunization records. Be sure to mention any medications you have given him. Laboratory tests are done next, which usually include a complete blood count, blood urea nitrogen, blood sugar, urinalysis, fecal examination, and electrolyte analysis. Finally, your veterinary care provider will get some head and spinal x-rays and possibly do a CT scan, MRI, and ultrasound.

Treatment of Head Tremors in Dogs

Treatment for head tremors involves addressing the underlying illness or condition your veterinarian finds. This may be medical or surgical, depending on the cause.

Medical

If your dog is suffering from some sort of treatable condition of the cerebellum, the veterinarian may prescribe an anticonvulsant drug such as potassium bromide, diazepam, or phenobarbital or an immunosuppressive dose of corticosteroids. If your dog is suffering from a toxin or drug ingestion, an emetic will usually be used to induce vomiting and an antidote will be given, if available. Intravenous fluids are given to flush the system and prevent dehydration. Mannitol may be given for CNS problems. Kidney disorders may be treated with medication or surgery, depending on the case.

Surgical

If your dog has a CNS condition or cerebellum damage, a surgical approach may be the best option. In some cases, the pressure may need to be relieved from the brain and the veterinarian may place a shunt to redirect the fluid.

Hospitalization

If your dog is having trouble breathing or needs to be stabilized, the veterinarian may admit him to the hospital until he is stable. The length of stay depends on your dog’s condition and the cause of the head tremors.

Recovery of Head Tremors in Dogs

While head tremors may seem like a serious condition, in the majority of cases it is an idiopathic tremor that is not dangerous and probably bothers you more than your dog. In fact, he may not even know it is happening. However, if your dog has a serious condition or needs surgery, his prognosis depends on the case. Generally, the overall prognosis is good.

Head Tremors Questions and Advice from Veterinary Professionals

Leña
Spanish Greyhound
10 Years
Mild condition
1 found helpful
Mild condition

Has Symptoms

Head bobbing
Head Shaking

My female Galgo(Spanish Greyhound) has her head shake or bob at least once a day. At most it happens 2 - 3 times a day. It has me wonder why she does this?
We have had a male dog who had epileptic seizures due to a heart condition which he was born with. Lena's head shaking slightly resembles the first signs of our passed dog's seizures, and got me worried. She has a difficult past behind her. She was rescued from a hunter in Spain, who kept Lena only to have her produce litters until she became useless and was abandoned. She has clear marks of past injuries and has poor line of sight. However, only possible damage to her head in the past is just a bite mark on her snout, so I can't determine if she has suffered any possible damage to her head as in her scalp area. I have also noted, that she has a bad tartar condition on her teeth. Could it be possible that pressure caused by a bad dental condition could have something to do with the issue also?

Dr. Callum Turner, DVM
Dr. Callum Turner, DVM
2010 Recommendations
With dogs with a prior history which is mostly unknown, it is difficult to determine if a previous head injury is causing neurological issues later in life; the dental issues shouldn’t be causing an issue but you should have a cleaning done regardless. Head tremors may occur for a variety of reasons and may be due to trauma, neurological disorders, spinal disorders, infections, poisoning among other causes. If she remains alert and responds to her name when called during these episodes I would suggest keeping an eye on her, if she doesn’t respond or there are other concerning symptoms visit your Veterinarian. Regards Dr Callum Turner DVM

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Mac
Border collie jack Russell mix
10 Years
Fair condition
0 found helpful
Fair condition

Has Symptoms

Head Shaking

I have an 10 and a half year old jack russell border collie mix, her name's Mac, I've noticed some head nodding or twitching, it's only for a few seconds she plays around and walks fine doesn't lose balance, she had a physical exam the other day and we were told she looked perfectly healthy. What could this be and should we get blood work done?

Dr. Michele King, DVM
Dr. Michele King, DVM
514 Recommendations
Thank you for your email. It would probably be a good idea to have some senior lab work done by your veterinarian, as she is becoming an older dog, and many things are easier to treat if caught earlier. If the head tremors persist or become worse, it may help to video the episodes so that your veteirnarian can see them, as she may not do it during her examination. I hope that all goes well for Mac.

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Milo
Silky Terrier
9 Months
Mild condition
1 found helpful
Mild condition

Has Symptoms

Bobbing the head
Listless
Vomiting

My puppy is normally very rambunctious and usually wild. Today he appears to be very listless, almost lethargic. He's been very quiet. He has been like this all day. Then all of a sudden he began bobbing his head like a bobble head. It doesn't seem to stop. About ten minutes ago he vomited. I don't know if he ate something outside as he tends to find things and eats them. I'm incredibly worried as he is quite young and not acting like his normal self. I'm concerned and want to know if my puppy is okay. I want to know if this is normal.

Dr. Callum Turner, DVM
Dr. Callum Turner, DVM
2010 Recommendations
Head bobbing or head tremors may occur with some breeds of dogs and some terrier breeds may also be affected; whilst this isn’t normal, it may not be something to be concerned about. Idiopathic head tremors are usually not painful and dogs do not know that they are occurring and will respond when called to; however, if you are noticing other symptoms like vomiting I would be concerned that Milo may have gotten into something and you should have him checked over by your Veterinarian to be on the safe side (the vomiting may be caused by nausea from the bobbing). Regards Dr Callum Turner DVM

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Bodhi
Brittany Spaniel
2 Years
Fair condition
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Fair condition

I have a 2 year old Brittany Spaniel. He got a skin growth surgically removed on his chin/neck area last week with the outcome of 3 stitches. Yesterday we started noticing head tremors randomly. His behavior doesn’t seem to be effected. He’s acting like his normal rambunctious self, but the tremors are worrisome. Could they be related to the surgery? Or perhaps he hate something toxic outside. We live in south Florida so he loves to hunt for lizards and things.

Dr. Callum Turner, DVM
Dr. Callum Turner, DVM
2010 Recommendations
There are various causes of tremors including issues from surgery, poisoning, spinal issues, muscular disorders among other causes; if Bodhi doesn’t seem in pain you should keep an eye on him for the time being, but if there tremors continue or you notice any other symptoms you should return to your Veterinarian immediately. If you suspect he may have gotten into something you should visit your Veterinarian. Regards Dr Callum Turner DVM

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Chopper
English Bulldog
1 Year
Moderate condition
0 found helpful
Moderate condition

Has Symptoms

Head Shaking
Tachycardia

I have a 1&1/2 year old English bulldog who showed signs of a idiopathic head tremor last night, we didn’t know what it was at first so we took him to the vet and they treated him for arrhythmia because his heart rate was over 200. They did a ECG on him, everything normal. He’s due to see a cardiologist in a few days, but the head tremors happened again tonight. Is there a correlation between the tremors and his heart rate being so high? Could it be an arrhythmia or just eleveated because it was his first time experiencing the head tremor and maybe he was afraid or anxious?

Dr. Callum Turner, DVM
Dr. Callum Turner, DVM
2010 Recommendations
It is difficult to say as typically dogs are not aware of the head tremors, although a elevated heart rate may be related. Thankfully, idiopathic head tremors are not painful as normally dogs are not aware of the tremors; you should discuss with the Cardiologist at your appointment as they may be able to shed more light on this possible relationship than myself. Regards Dr Callum Turner DVM

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Carmel
Chihuahua/poodle
6 Weeks
Mild condition
0 found helpful
Mild condition

Has Symptoms

Head Trembling

My dog is a 6weeks old and she throug up and we caooed the doctor and she said that after she vomited what she ate ,her head would stop moving up and down but it's been about 20 minutes and whenever I call her name she picks up her head and it's still moving, about how long will it take for it to go away?

Dr. Michele King, DVM
Dr. Michele King, DVM
514 Recommendations
Thank you for your email. Chihuahua's are prone to neurologic disorders, and small dogs are prone to episodes of hypoglycemia. If this behavior hasn't stopped, or if it continues, she should be seen by a veterinarian, as they will be able to evaluate Carmel and determine if she has a problem. One thing that you can do is to make sure that she is eating frequent meals to maintain her blood sugar. If she continues vomiting, she should be seen. I hope that all goes well for her!

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King
Doberman Pinscher
18 Months
Mild condition
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Mild condition

Has Symptoms

Head Trembling

I have a Doberman that is 18 months old. We have recently in the past couple of months noticed the sporadic head tremors. There doesn't seem to be any other symptoms other that the shaking head. last night was the worst one as he was slobbering a bit. Once my husband talked to him and gave him a treat he was fine. Any suggestions?

Dr. Michele King, DVM
Dr. Michele King, DVM
514 Recommendations
Thank you for your email. It would be a good idea to have him examined by your veterinarian. Doberman's are prone to Wobbler's syndrome, and a good examination from your veterinarian will allow them to assess his neurologic function and decide if he needs further testing. It would be a good idea to video the episodes if possible so that your veterinarian can see what his behavior is even if it isn't happening during the exam. I hope that everything is fine with King.

My dog is 13 years of age, and he's been doing this wobble side to side all night long, I've given him 2 sleeping pills, 2 pain meds, and 2 benadryl since 5 am and its noon and he still hasn't laid down or slept,,,help!!

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Philae
Jack Russell Terrier
7 Years
Moderate condition
1 found helpful
Moderate condition

Has Symptoms

Head Shaking

Hi - I have a 7 year old Jack Russell who was diagnosed with epilepsy at 2. She’s on phenobarbital and libromide to control her seizures. She’s recently developed these head nodding episodes - they can last for 10 minutes to a couple of hours - they are every couple of days now. She responds to her name and can walk around. She’s been to the Vets and they’ve recommended her to see a neurologist for a MRI scan. In your experience would you link this to a brain tumor? Many thanks!

Dr. Callum Turner, DVM
Dr. Callum Turner, DVM
2010 Recommendations
There are various causes for head bobbing which in many cases may be caused by cervical vertebrae instability or idiopathic causes; other causes like brain tumours, poisoning or inflammation of nerves are also possibilities. An MRI would be useful to rule out causes like brain tumours or other lesions but may be cost prohibitive, x-rays of the spine and a neurological workup should be carried out before moving on to more costly imaging studies. Regards Dr Callum Turner DVM

I was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in my mid to late 40's. I had hand tremors for several years. Gradually becoming worse. I then noticed when I was tired the tremors were worse. I started falling for no apparent reason. I Later had stiffness in my legs and need to walk with 2 canes or a walker. I was very slow getting around. I am now 54 years old. I was forgetful at times and had difficulty expressing myself. I had difficulty swallowing at times. I become tired easily.Now am Parkinson's disease free,after using the Parkinson's disease herbal formula i purchased from BEST HEALTH HERBAL CENTRE for 6 weeks,tremors disappeared,No more legs stiffness,energy increased,walking without cane. All thanks to God for leading to BEST HEALTH HERBAL CENTRE. please visit their website for more information.. w w w. besthealthherbalcentre. c o m

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cupcake
crossbreed dog
8 Months
Moderate condition
1 found helpful
Moderate condition

Has Symptoms

Twitching

My dog was diagnosed with distemper on her 6th month (October), and she is cured with canglob 10 shots, but she suffers from the side effect of the virus which is the tremor. Can the tremor be treated?

Dr. Michele King, DVM
Dr. Michele King, DVM
514 Recommendations
Thank you for your email. I'm glad that Cupcake recovered, many dogs do not, sadly. The long term effects of Distemper can be variable. it really is very individual whether they continue to have tremors, or whether that is a long lasting effect. Time will tell if her tremors resolve. I wish the best for her.

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Milly
Lhasa Apso cross
17 Years
Moderate condition
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Moderate condition

Has Symptoms

Head Shaking

My dog is an old girl she is 17. I know she is near the end and that she doesn’t have long left 😥but she has developed this odd head shake that sounds like head tremors or brain zapping and panting on and off. What I want to know is: Is she in pain? Does it give them a headache? I do not want to cause her stress by taking her to the vet unless I absolutely have to.

Dr. Michele King, DVM
Dr. Michele King, DVM
514 Recommendations
Thank you for your question. It is so hard when our pets get old. She may be having a problem with her equilibrium, or she may be developing a tumor in her brain, or she may have some systemic disease that is affecting her blood values and causing these tremors. It would be a good idea to have her seen by your veterinarian, as there may be some medication that would help her, and I can't tell if she is in pain without examining her. I hope that she continues to do well otherwise.

I was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in my mid to late 40's. I had hand tremors for several years. Gradually becoming worse. I then noticed when I was tired the tremors were worse. I started falling for no apparent reason. I Later had stiffness in my legs and need to walk with 2 canes or a walker. I was very slow getting around. I am now 54 years old. I was forgetful at times and had difficulty expressing myself. I had difficulty swallowing at times. I become tired easily.Now am Parkinson's disease free,after using the Parkinson's disease herbal formula i purchased from BEST HEALTH HERBAL CENTRE for 6 weeks,tremors disappeared,No more legs stiffness,energy increased,walking without cane. All thanks to God for leading to BEST HEALTH HERBAL CENTRE. please visit their website for more information.. w w w. besthealthherbalcentre. c o m

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Diesel
Pit Bullmastiff
3 Years
Mild condition
1 found helpful
Mild condition

Has Symptoms

Head Trembling

My dog Diesel, just started having having head shakes this morning... Doesn't seem in pain or irritated. Responds to me when i call his name. But they've been on and off when hes relaxed for the past 30minutes. He has also been refusing to eat the past 3-4 days.. We figured it was just him wanting people food (he gets our leftovers sometimes). Its starting to scare me a little bit.. As theyeve been almost continuous unless hes being active. Should we take him in? We don't really have the money to take him to the vet right now....Any advice would be great!

Dr. Michele King, DVM
Dr. Michele King, DVM
514 Recommendations
Thank you for contacting us about Diesel - I'm sorry that he is having these signs. Because he has stopped eating and is having neurologic signs, he should be seen by his veterinarian, as there aren't really any things that you can do at home for him at this point. He may have low blood sugar, and he may be having partial seizures. Is it possible that he got into any toxins? Some veterinary clinics offer a 'free first exam' that you may be able to use, and most clinics do offer CareCredit to help cover unexpected expenses. I hope that he is okay, I can tell that you are worried about him.

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Lobo
American bully
11 Months
Fair condition
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Fair condition

Has Symptoms

Head shakes

My almost 1yr old american blue bully has recently starting having weird head “seizure like” shakes that he can’t control. Its either up and down or sideways, he is having them frequently and mostly when he is in a chill mode not doing anything other than laying or trying to sleep.

Dr. Callum Turner, DVM
Dr. Callum Turner, DVM
2010 Recommendations
Idiopathic head tremors are not an unusual finding in this breed and are usually not painful but occur during periods of inactivity; normally a dog is coherent and will response to his name and will otherwise behave normally. Before a diagnosis of idiopathic head tremors can be made, we have to rule out all other causes of head tremors before we can say with certainty that the cause is idiopathic (without a known cause). Regards Dr Callum Turner DVM

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Kenai
Black Labrador
2 Years
Moderate condition
3 found helpful
Moderate condition

Has Symptoms

Wont sit still
agitated
whimpering
heavy breathing

My dog started having these tremors, side to side, this evening. She responds when spoken to and they stop briefly. She is very agitated and uncomfortable. Won't sit still and is whimpering. Are these other symptoms common?

Dr. Callum Turner, DVM
Dr. Callum Turner, DVM
2010 Recommendations

Some dogs are prone to a condition called idiopathic head tremors where the head tremors for no known reason, it isn’t harmful and it rarely escalates; just something to keep an eye on. Other causes may be due to ear infections, you can smell the ears for any unusual odor or redding of the ear canal; tumours; or a focal seizure. I would keep an eye on Kenai and if the severity increases or you are generally concerned, visit your Veterinarian for an examination. Regards Dr Callum Turner DVM

I am 63 years old, I was diagnosed of Parkinsons disease at the age of 57. I had severe calf pain, muscle pain, slurred speech, frequent falls, loss of balance, difficulty getting up from sitting position. I was placed on Sinemet 3 times daily, it helped me but not very much. My neurologist advised me to try natural treatments and introduced me to NewLife Clinic Parkinsons Disease Herbal formula, I read alot of positive reviews from other patients who used the treatment and i immediately started on the treatment. I had great improvement and relief with this treatment, total decline of symptoms. Great improvement with speech, co-ordination, balance, muscle, mood etc, I gained back my life with this treatment and can never be thankful enough. Visit NewLife Clinic official website ww w. newlifeherbalclinic. com.

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Nilla
Pomeranian
12 Weeks
Mild condition
0 found helpful
Mild condition

Has Symptoms

Wobbly,
Wobbly

My Pomeranian puppy is about 12 weeks now and recently started having these episodes where her head moves from side to side similar to a bobble head. She will run around and play but a little uncoordinated and will even fall over at times. It usually happens in the evening and will go away after sleeping overnight. She doesn't seem to be in pain but it's happened about three times now and I'm starting to get worried.

Dr. Callum Turner, DVM
Dr. Callum Turner, DVM
2010 Recommendations
There are a few possible causes for the head tremors or bobblehead symptom which may include idiopathic head tremors, cervical vertebral instability, hydrocephalus, head trauma, focal seizure among other causes. A visit to your Veterinarian is required to determine the underlying cause as there are a few different possible causes; if the cause is idiopathic head tremors, they are painless and a dog remains conscious throughout but all other causes need to be ruled out first. Regards Dr Callum Turner DVM

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Axell
French Bulldog
5 Months
Moderate condition
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Moderate condition

Has Symptoms

Head Shaking

My 5 month old puppy has been shaking his head (I believe head tremors) since the day we got him. It did seem to be worse when he was younger but he still does it every day. He almost seems to do it when he is nervous, trying to smell something or trying to focus on something. His head shakes every day - multiple times a day. I don't think he notices it but people always bring it up. I wasnt too concerned but others are worrying me. Is it something to be concerned of?

Dr. Callum Turner, DVM
Dr. Callum Turner, DVM
2010 Recommendations
Idiopathic head tremors occur in all breeds but some breeds like Bulldogs are over represented, but before a diagnosis of idiopathic head tremors can be made it is important for your Veterinarian to examine Axell to rule out other possible causes of head tremors. Idiopathic head tremors are not painful, occur for a few seconds and a dog remains conscious and responsive throughout. Regards Dr Callum Turner DVM

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Tallulah
Golden Retriever
1.5
Moderate condition
0 found helpful
Moderate condition

Has Symptoms

Head Trembling

My puppy (almost 1.5 years old) has been having head tremors for at least 6 months now. We didn’t notice anything before that, but it’s possible it was happening. We adopted her so we’re not totally sure what mix she is, but our next guess is golden retriever and Australian cattle dog. She has tremors (that we notice) at least 2x each month. She’s currently having an episode... it’s been about 10 minutes. She does stop for about 30 seconds here and there to move or give kisses, and she’s responding to her name but won’t come when called. Just kind of lifts her head and rolls on her side. Is this something to be concerned about?

Dr. Callum Turner, DVM
Dr. Callum Turner, DVM
2010 Recommendations
Head tremors are common in Labradors and are usually nothing to be concerned about and don’t usually cause any pain, the cause is unknown but they do occur; it would be best to have your Veterinarian check Tallulah over to be on the safe side as there are other possible conditions which need to be ruled out before a diagnosis of idiopathic head tremors can be made. Regards Dr Callum Turner DVM

Am a male aged 60 and diagnosed with Parkinson"s at 59. I had some symptoms for a few years before diagnosis; stiff achy right arm and ankle, right hand tremor when typing, tiredness, body shivers, falls due to tripping. I was always active, bicycle riding to/from work daily and putting in 2 to 3,000 miles on my bicycle per year. i was on Mysoline 250mg in 3 doses for the essential tremor. Madopar 200mgfour times a day. Sifrol 1mg three times a day, I started on Health Herbal Clinic Parkinsons Disease Herbal formula treatment in November 2016, i read alot of positive reviews on their success rate treating Parkinsons disease through their PD Herbal formula and i immediately started on the treatment. Just 8 weeks into the Herbal formula treatment I had great improvements, my hand tremors seized. I am unbelievably back on my feet again, visit Health Herbal Clinic official website www. healthherbalclinic. net or email [email protected] healthherbalclinic. net.My have reduced my symptoms have so much reduced that now I hardly notice them.

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Lady
Catahoula Leopard Dog
4
Mild condition
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Mild condition

I have a 4 yr old Catahoula Leopard dog who just presented with short left-to-right head tremors. I think she was excited about the chicken in the kitchen. I noticed it immediately and it only lasted less than a minute. I went over to give her attention and calm petting and calming talk to her and it stopped. Is this idiopathic in this breed. No other symptoms are present.

Dr. Callum Turner, DVM
Dr. Callum Turner, DVM
2010 Recommendations
Idiopathic head tremors or bobbing may occur in this breed, but before a diagnosis can be made the other possible causes of tremors (focal seizures, head trauma, poisoning etc…) need to be ruled out first. If Lady is responsive and the tremors stop when she is called or interacted with then the chance of idiopathic head tremors is higher but cannot say with any certainty; I would suggest that you keep a note of frequency, behaviour before and after, duration, eye position and other noteworthy information before you visit your Veterinarian. Regards Dr Callum Turner DVM

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Zoey
Bulldog
22 Months
Mild condition
-1 found helpful
Mild condition

Our 1yr female bulldog has had a few head tremors.I have done some research that they aren't harmful we thought of breeding our girl should we do that ?????

Dr. Callum Turner, DVM
Dr. Callum Turner, DVM
2010 Recommendations
Head tremors are considered idiopathic (unknown cause) so we cannot really attribute them to a genetic condition although they are more common in Bulldog breeds. They are harmless and cause no pain or loss of consciousness; I cannot advise against breeding as I have no scientific evidence to support a case. Regards Dr Callum Turner DVM

I am 63 years old, I was diagnosed of Parkinsons disease at the age of 57. I had severe calf pain, muscle pain, slurred speech, frequent falls, loss of balance, difficulty getting up from sitting position. I was placed on Sinemet 3 times daily, it helped me but not very much. My neurologist advised me to try natural treatments and introduced me to NewLife Clinic Parkinsons Disease Herbal formula, I read alot of positive reviews from other patients who used the treatment and i immediately started on the treatment. I had great improvement and relief with this treatment, total decline of symptoms. Great improvement with speech, co-ordination, balance, muscle, mood etc, I gained back my life with this treatment and can never be thankful enough. Visit NewLife Clinic official website ww w. newlifeherbalclinic. com.

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Brewster
Boxer
2 1/2
Fair condition
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I have two boxers, Max is 6 yrs old and has have head bobbing up and down seizures for a three years now. He has been on phenobarbital and has reduced the number of seizures while on it. I got another boxer who is now 2 and half and just starting having the same seizures that Max has. I think this is so weird, I know that medication is very expensive, so is there anything else I can do for Brewster during his seizures, they only have been lasting a minute but he has never has any trauma to his head. Now max has had trauma to his head, so that I do understand why he has this. But Brewster is a mystery. Should I be taking him in or do these seizures really do not bother the dogs and really not harmful to them. Is there anything else naturally I can give him to reduce the numbers of seizure he has if he has more today. So far one last night and one this morning. oops he is having another one as we speak. That is too frequent. Just want to make sure not harmful to him.

Dr. Callum Turner, DVM
Dr. Callum Turner, DVM
2010 Recommendations
Boxers are prone to head tremors where the head bobs either up and down or side to side, during these tremors a dog is responsive with no loss of consciousness and responds to be being called; these tremors are harmless and unfortunately have an unknown cause. If there is an actual seizure, then this is more serious and would need to be evaluated by a Veterinarian. Regards Dr Callum Turner DVM

I have a 2 year old Doberman who has ear/allergy problems. But yesterday was not his typical ear head shake. It was involuntary twitching. I of course freaked out thinking he was gonna die or something. I got a treat to see if he could snap out of it. And he did. It continued for about ten minutes off and on. Not sure what to do. Vet or no vet.

Am a male aged 60 and diagnosed with Parkinson"s at 59. I had some symptoms for a few years before diagnosis; stiff achy right arm and ankle, right hand tremor when typing, tiredness, body shivers, falls due to tripping. I was always active, bicycle riding to/from work daily and putting in 2 to 3,000 miles on my bicycle per year. i was on Mysoline 250mg in 3 doses for the essential tremor. Madopar 200mgfour times a day. Sifrol 1mg three times a day, I started on Health Herbal Clinic Parkinsons Disease Herbal formula treatment in November 2016, i read alot of positive reviews on their success rate treating Parkinsons disease through their PD Herbal formula and i immediately started on the treatment. Just 8 weeks into the Herbal formula treatment I had great improvements, my hand tremors seized. I am unbelievably back on my feet again, visit Health Herbal Clinic official website www. healthherbalclinic. net or email [email protected] healthherbalclinic. net.My have reduced my symptoms have so much reduced that now I hardly notice them.

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Niella
Golden Labrador
6 Months
Moderate condition
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Moderate condition

Has Symptoms

Not Eating
sick
Sleeping alot
Throwing up any water she drinks
Head Tremors

Helllo. My name is Jennifer and my dog's name is Niella. I need some serious advice about what could possibly be wrong with her. She hasn't eaten her food for four days, drinks water but throws it up (there is no blood in her poop or throw up), she sleeps more than she is active, and she has just been really sick. I don't know what is going on, but I would really like some help.

Thank you.

Dr. Callum Turner, DVM
Dr. Callum Turner, DVM
2010 Recommendations
Head tremors may or may not be connected to the other symptoms; idiopathic head tremors may occur in Labradors and we don’t usually know why but the tremors may also be due to other causes including head trauma, neurological issues, poisoning, pain, spinal disorders among other issues. Given her age and symptoms, you should have her taken in to be seen by your Veterinarian (you can also discuss spaying as well) because there are various possible causes and since she is vomiting up water after drinking I am concerned with dehydration. Regards Dr Callum Turner DVM

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Zeus
Golden Retreiver
8 Years
Moderate condition
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Moderate condition

Has Symptoms

Head Trembling

Golden Retriever, 8yr old, being treated for skin condition with steroids and antibiotics currently. He is near the end of the treatment and started the head trembling 2 nights ago. He did it for about 1-2 min and stopped. It happened again just now, about 36 hrs later, also for about 2 minutes. I got it on video this time. He shows no discomfort and responds to commands while it is happening, just seems involuntary. Very concerned and wondering what could cause this.

Dr. Callum Turner, DVM
Dr. Callum Turner, DVM
2010 Recommendations
It is possible that Zeus is having tremors due to current treatment or due to another cause; most causes of head tremors are idiopathic (we don’t know why) and it is always best to visit your Veterinarian for an examination to rule of other possible causes of tremors before making a diagnosis of idiopathic head tremors. If the cause is idiopathic head tremors, they are not painful and a dog remains conscious and responsive throughout. Regards Dr Callum Turner DVM

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Luna
Pug
8 Months
Moderate condition
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Moderate condition

Has Symptoms

Head bobbing legarhy
Aggression
Head bobbing
Scared of strangers not like her
Head bobbing legarhy

I have a puppy pug 8 months who before this week was perfectly healthy and very active. She began head bobbing up and and down last about 2 minutes during this she seems confused. I do take antidepressants/anxiety medications. I am concerned this could be the cause of her head bobbing. Although I try my best to keep medications where she can’t reach it’s possible somehow I dropped one around the house that she ingested. The vet performed various blood test and said her white blood cell count was abnormal but that it could indicate inflammation or infection and to wait and see if condition worsens before further test. Could you give me a second opinion please!

Dr. Callum Turner, DVM
Dr. Callum Turner, DVM
2010 Recommendations
Head tremors are not a common problem in Pugs like in some other breeds and it is important to rule out all possible causes before settling on an idiopathic tremor; head tremors may be caused by head trauma, tumours, inflammation, spinal disorders, some infections, poisoning among other causes. I would check the medications you take and see if they cause any side effects or adverse reactions in dogs which matches Luna’s symptoms; if so contact your Veterinarian to update them. Regards Dr Callum Turner DVM

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Bosch
Boxer
1 Year
Mild condition
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Mild condition

My one year old boxer started having head tremors today. He has had 3 today, they don't seem to bother him and he happily wags his tail at all the attention he is getting. They last for less than a minute and seem to occur as he is waking up or relaxing. He is otherwise happy and healthy. Should we have him looked at? I'm concerned about the cost of tests but also terrified something will go undiagnosed.

Dr. Callum Turner, DVM
Dr. Callum Turner, DVM
2010 Recommendations
Idiopathic head tremors are common in Boxers and are not painful and there is no treatment; some Veterinarians will run tests to rule out other possible causes to be on the safe side whilst others will just diagnose it as idiopathic head tremors given the breed. Regards Dr Callum Turner DVM

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Pop
Labrador
1 Year
Mild condition
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Mild condition

Hi.
Our 1 year old Labrador has recently been having small head tremors. We first noticed this when she was playing with her ball and we took it out her mouth. However last night she did a small tremor lasting only a few seconds without playing with her ball. Our vet has done a full physical examination and took a blood test which came back fine. We are booked in for an MRI scan on Monday. We believe it’s likely they are idiopathic however we are understanbly very worried.

Dr. Callum Turner, DVM
Dr. Callum Turner, DVM
2010 Recommendations
Labradors are prone to idiopathic head tremors; normally if the tremor stops when you divert their attention or lasts a short period of time then idiopathic head tremors are a strong possibility. However, it is important to rule out other causes with a neurological examination and an MRI in order to make a diagnosis of idiopathic head tremors. Regards Dr Callum Turner DVM

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Tanner
Labradoodle
8 Years
Mild condition
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Mild condition

Has Symptoms

Head Shaking

8yr old labradoodle, head tremors with NO other shaking througout entire body....he was at groomers and they didn't want to groom because concern of agitating possible condition. He's very healthy with regular checkups.....I have never seen a tremmor outside of what groomer shared. Couldn't anxiety cause the tremmor...and would some type of med (valum type)before going groomers be the solution????

Dr. Callum Turner, DVM
Dr. Callum Turner, DVM
2010 Recommendations
Tremors caused by anxiety would normally affect the whole body, I cannot condone the use of Valium (diazapam) for this type of tremor - I’ll not comment. Labradors and Labrador crosses are susceptible to idiopathic head tremors which may be the cause which was brought on by a visit to the groomers. It is important to visit your Veterinarian to rule out other possible causes of head tremors before any decision is made. Regards Dr Callum Turner DVM

My husband was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease nearly 7 years ago, when he was 49. He had a stooped posture, tremors, right arm does not move and also has a pulsating feeling in his body. He was placed on Sinemet for 8 months and then Sifrol was introduced which replaced the Sinemet. During this time span he was also diagnosed with dementia. He started having hallucinations, and lost touch with reality.I searched for alternative treatments and and started him on Parkinson's herbal formula i ordered from Health Herbal Clinic, Just 7 weeks into the Herbal formula treatment he had great improvements with his slurred speech, there is no case of Rigid muscles and Slowed movement (bradykinesia) since treatment, visit Health Herbal Clinic official website www. healthherbalclinic. net or email [email protected] healthherbalclinic. net. This treatment is incredible!

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Nola
Pekinese/shih tzu
7 Months
Moderate condition
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Moderate condition

Has Symptoms

Head shaking with some distress

My 7 month pekinese/shih Tzu cross was knocked doen by a car 2nd Sept resulting in 4 pelvic fractures, broken rib and severe bruising of the lungs. She was successfully operated on, on 6th Sept. Tonight while holding her on my lap her head started shaking from side to side and her breathing got pretty rapid.This has happened several times since thenCan this be caused by her recent trsuma, or something else. She has been through so much and this has me worried.

Dr. Callum Turner, DVM
Dr. Callum Turner, DVM
2010 Recommendations
It is very likely that the head bobbing and shaking is due to the recent road traffic accident; trauma to the brain can be difficult to assess with some symptoms brain injury being delayed weeks or even months especially in younger dogs. Brain swelling, neck injury among other issues may be causing the shaking, it would be best to return to your Veterinarian to see if a course of steroids or other medication (depending on the cause) may help control the shaking. Regards Dr Callum Turner DVM

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Lulu
English Bulldog
4 Years
Mild condition
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Mild condition

Has Symptoms

Head Shaking

My family just adopted an almost 4 yr old bulldog. We've had a little over one week. She's doing great with her food, no allergies, a little hip dysplasia, all in all a pretty healthy pup. This morning when going over to her as she was waking up I noticed her head was shaking. It continued off and on for about 2 minutes. She couldn't stop it but could control her limbs and the rest of her body. Any ideas? She I get her to the vet immediately?

Dr. Callum Turner, DVM
Dr. Callum Turner, DVM
2010 Recommendations
Bulldogs are prone to idiopathic head tremors which are non-painful tremors which occur for an unknown reason; other causes needs to be ruled out before a diagnosis of idiopathic tremors is made which include spinal injury, nerve injury, poisoning, behavioural issues among others. Have your Veterinarian check her over at her next check up; if the issue gets worse or more frequent an earlier visit may be required. Regards Dr Callum Turner DVM

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Darla
Shih Tzu
6 Years
Moderate condition
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Moderate condition

Has Symptoms

Weakness
Lethargy
Head Trembling

Medication Used

Robaxin

I have a 6 year old shi tzu who's been having tremors for 3 days. It looks more like her head is twitching or ticking. The tremors have improved a bit now but I'm concerned as this has never happened before and she has been feeling very lethargic and unwell. Not sure if her lethargy is due to the tremors or a side effect of the meds for muscle spasms the vet prescribed her. She had her lab work done at the vet but her report was unremarkable. Do you think her symptoms are idiopathic or does it seem more like a neurological problem? She has an appt with a neurologist tomorrow.

Dr. Callum Turner, DVM
Dr. Callum Turner, DVM
2010 Recommendations
In a Shih Tzu, I would be siding more towards a neurological or spinal issue compared to an idiopathic head tremor as Shih Tzu’s are not a predisposed breed to idiopathic head tremors. The Neurologist will perform a full examination and most likely will take some x-rays which may be with contrast media (myelography) to help with the diagnosis. The blood work you mentioned as being unremarkable so many internal conditions can be ruled out. Regards Dr Callum Turner DVM

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Xara
Doberman Pinscher
13 Weeks
Mild condition
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Mild condition

My 13 week old Doberman Xara started having tremors a few weeks ago. She's been on here infection medicine for the last two weeks and just finished up her jealo been on here infection medicine for the last two weeks and just finished up her prescription. The tremors have been a little more spacious but instead of just doing then when she sits she is now doing them when she stands as well. Contacted the breeder none of her doberman from this with you or previous ones I have ever had the idiopathic tremors. Not really sure what to do we were told if we are too worried to go to to go to a neurologist. Everywhere research only gives vague answers just trying to make sure that my puppy is ok. Daily lifestyle and activity level have not changed. Any advice helps

Dr. Callum Turner, DVM
Dr. Callum Turner, DVM
2010 Recommendations
Idiopathic head tremors have been reported in Dobermans and have an unknown cause, they are not painful and a dog remains conscious during an episode. Before a diagnosis of idiopathic head tremors can be made, all other possible causes like trauma, infection, vertebral anomalies etc… need to be rule out first. Keep a close eye on Xara, but if you are concerned, a visit to a Neurologist would be your next step but they may just give a diagnosis of idiopathic had tremors as well. Regards Dr Callum Turner DVM

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Peppers
Shih Tzu Pomeranian
16 Weeks
Serious condition
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Serious condition

My puppy is a Shih tzu Pom. My puppies head has been bobbing for past 2 hours. He is very sleepy and just had his 16 week shots yesterday. We went to the vet and they said they couldn't bill us so we had to leave. What should we do? Should we give him syrup for his sugar levels? please help.

Dr. Callum Turner, DVM
Dr. Callum Turner, DVM
2010 Recommendations
Head tremors or bobbing are a noted adverse reaction to vaccination in dogs; these types of reactions are usually short in duration and do not cause any distress to the dog. Without examining Peppers, I cannot tell you for sure that this is the cause, however there is a known relationship. Keep a close eye on Peppers and if you don’t see any improvement visit a charity clinic in your area if available. Regards Dr Callum Turner DVM www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4572830/

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Murphy
Cocker Spaniel
2 Years
Fair condition
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Fair condition

Has Symptoms

Head Shaking

Almost 2 year old cocker spaniel started having head tremors today. One at 7 AM, then at 4, 5, 5:30, 6, 6:15. Episodes getting progressively longer. Seem to present when he is relaxing. Fits all descriptions of idiopathic tremors: seems alert, no other symptoms, plays, can be distracted to stop it. I'm freaked out because this is the first time its happened, and they're getting more frequent.

Dr. Callum Turner, DVM
Dr. Callum Turner, DVM
2010 Recommendations
Idiopathic head tremors are not typical for this breed but may occur; other causes would need to be ruled out by your Veterinarian like cervical vertebral instability, trapped nerves, poisoning (unlikely) and other causes before settling on an idiopathic diagnosis. These tremors are harmless but will leave a loving owner concerned, have your Veterinarian give Murphy a once over to make sure that there isn’t any other condition which may be causing these symptoms. Regards Dr Callum Turner DVM

Adopted a rescue mutt pup. 1yr.old. Bobble head tremors but runs like lightning etc. His hind legs are awkward unless he's in motion. Story was: he got stuck in birth canal & c section was done. Lack of O2 to brain? He's great but shakes and loud sudden noises ( sneezing , coughing) freak him out. We named him Bam because he occasionally walks into walls. We love him. Any meds to correct or aid?

I am 63 years old, I was diagnosed of Parkinsons disease at the age of 57. I had severe calf pain, muscle pain, slurred speech, frequent falls, loss of balance, difficulty getting up from sitting position. I was placed on Sinemet 3 times daily, it helped me but not very much. My neurologist advised me to try natural treatments and introduced me to NewLife Clinic Parkinsons Disease Herbal formula, I read alot of positive reviews from other patients who used the treatment and i immediately started on the treatment. I had great improvement and relief with this treatment, total decline of symptoms. Great improvement with speech, co-ordination, balance, muscle, mood etc, I gained back my life with this treatment and can never be thankful enough. Visit NewLife Clinic official website ww w. newlifeherbalclinic. com.

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My husband was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease nearly 7 years ago, when he was 49. He had a stooped posture, tremors, right arm does not move and also has a pulsating feeling in his body. He was placed on Sinemet for 8 months and then Sifrol was introduced which replaced the Sinemet. During this time span he was also diagnosed with dementia. He started having hallucinations, and lost touch with reality.I searched for alternative treatments and and started him on Parkinson's herbal formula i ordered from Health Herbal Clinic, Just 7 weeks into the Herbal formula treatment he had great improvements with his slurred speech, there is no case of Rigid muscles and Slowed movement (bradykinesia) since treatment, visit Health Herbal Clinic official website www. healthherbalclinic. net or email [email protected] healthherbalclinic. net. This treatment is incredible!

My husband was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease nearly 7 years ago, when he was 49. He had a stooped posture, tremors, right arm does not move and also has a pulsating feeling in his body. He was placed on Sinemet for 8 months and then Sifrol was introduced which replaced the Sinemet. During this time span he was also diagnosed with dementia. He started having hallucinations, and lost touch with reality.I searched for alternative treatments and and started him on Parkinson's herbal formula i ordered from Health Herbal Clinic, Just 7 weeks into the Herbal formula treatment he had great improvements with his slurred speech, there is no case of Rigid muscles and Slowed movement (bradykinesia) since treatment, visit Health Herbal Clinic official website www. healthherbalclinic. net or email [email protected] healthherbalclinic. net. This treatment is incredible!

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Nucky
Dalmatian
2 1/2
Mild condition
1 found helpful
Mild condition

Has Symptoms

Bobble head

Medication Used

Cortisone
Antibiotics

Hello ,
I have a bulldog/Dalmatian mix "Nucky" he has had some issues with his skin (rash) and was given allergy shot and put on antibiotics for the sore he chewed in his paw from the excessive licking and scratching. The rash is clearing up tho having trouble keeping him off the paw. I clean and wrap it continuously. He's just obsessed with getting at it. Anyway point if this is I don't know if one has to do with the other but.. over the past 4 days he has been having these head tremors ? I can interrupt it if I say his name. They don't last long but first night they happened every couple of minutes for hours and hours. Non that I noticed the next day than day 3 a few in the morning than subsided. Now today mud afternoon and he just had two tremors ? Please help me out. Can't afford to take him back but am completely terrified for my best friend. Is it something I need to get looked at immediately?

Dr. Callum Turner, DVM
Dr. Callum Turner, DVM
2010 Recommendations

Idiopathic head tremors are a common occurrence in Bulldog breeds and crosses, they normally last only a few minutes but occur multiple times per day, do not cause a loss of consciousness and dogs will respond to being called. However, I cannot rule out if the tremors are due to idiopathic head tremors or due to some side effects of Nucky’s current medical issue; if there doesn’t seem to be any pain or distress, take a wait and see approach but if you are noticing pain or behavioural changes I would recommend visiting your Veterinarian. Regards Dr Callum Turner DVM

Around age 60 I noticed that my handwriting was getting smaller and I was writing faster. I also noticed a small tremor in my right hand. The doctor went over my different symptoms and he suspected I'd either had a small stroke or the beginnings of Parkinson 's disease. After finding a neurologist and some testing I was diagnosed with the beginning stages of Parkinson’s disease. That was 4 years ago. I take Sinimet four times a day to control my symptoms, which include falling, imbalance, gait problems, swallowing difficulties, and slurring of speech,This year, our family doctor started me on Mbeki Herbal Clinic Parkinson’s Disease Herbal mixture, 5 weeks into treatment I improved dramatically. At the end of the full treatment course, the disease is totally under control. No case of dementia, hallucination, weakness, muscle pain or tremors.

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Dallas
English Bulldog
10 Years
Moderate condition
2 found helpful
Moderate condition

Has Symptoms

Head Tremors

Medication Used

Prednisone
Amoxicillin
Diazepam
Soloxine
Flagyl 125mg BID,
denamarin

Head Tremors. My English Bulldog who is female and 10yrs old has suffered from these since she was 1yr old. They were very random and spread out. She was recently been dx with Canine Vestibular Disease, hypothyroidism, and elevated liver enzymes. Kidney blood work and everything else was normal. The tremors are coming more frequent the last week or so. She is having 4-5 a day. Usually last 2-3 min but sometimes 10+ minutes. Any suggestions?

Dr. Callum Turner, DVM
Dr. Callum Turner, DVM
2010 Recommendations

English Bulldogs are one breed which are prone to a condition called Idiopathic Head Tremors; idiopathic meaning ‘we don’t know why it occurs’. There is no direct test to confirm, only ruling out other causes with neurological exams and radiology studies; it is a diagnosis of exclusion. There is no treatment which reduces the symptoms of idiopathic head tremors, but other causes which may be found during a workup may have better treatment options. Regards Dr Callum Turner DVM

Around age 60 I noticed that my handwriting was getting smaller and I was writing faster. I also noticed a small tremor in my right hand. The doctor went over my different symptoms and he suspected I'd either had a small stroke or the beginnings of Parkinson 's disease. After finding a neurologist and some testing I was diagnosed with the beginning stages of Parkinson’s disease. That was 4 years ago. I take Sinimet four times a day to control my symptoms, which include falling, imbalance, gait problems, swallowing difficulties, and slurring of speech,December 2017 our family doctor started me on Green House Herbal Clinic Parkinson’s Disease Herbal mixture, 5 weeks into treatment I improved dramatically. At the end of the full treatment course, the disease is totally under control. No case of dementia, hallucination, weakness, muscle pain or tremors. Visit Green House Herbal Clinic official website www. greenhouseherbalclinic .com. I am strong again and able to go about daily activities.‌ This Herbal Formula is Incredible!!

Around age 60 I noticed that my handwriting was getting smaller and I was writing faster. I also noticed a small tremor in my right hand. The doctor went over my different symptoms and he suspected I'd either had a small stroke or the beginnings of Parkinson 's disease. After finding a neurologist and some testing I was diagnosed with the beginning stages of Parkinson’s disease. That was 4 years ago. I take Sinimet four times a day to control my symptoms, which include falling, imbalance, gait problems, swallowing difficulties, and slurring of speech,December 2017 our family doctor started me on Green House Herbal Clinic Parkinson’s Disease Herbal mixture, 5 weeks into treatment I improved dramatically. At the end of the full treatment course, the disease is totally under control. No case of dementia, hallucination, weakness, muscle pain or tremors. Visit Green House Herbal Clinic official website www. greenhouseherbalclinic .com. I am strong again and able to go about daily activities.‌ This Herbal Formula is Incredible!!

Around age 60 I noticed that my handwriting was getting smaller and I was writing faster. I also noticed a small tremor in my right hand. The doctor went over my different symptoms and he suspected I'd either had a small stroke or the beginnings of Parkinson 's disease. After finding a neurologist and some testing I was diagnosed with the beginning stages of Parkinson’s disease. That was 4 years ago. I take Sinimet four times a day to control my symptoms, which include falling, imbalance, gait problems, swallowing difficulties, and slurring of speech,December 2017 our family doctor started me on Green House Herbal Clinic Parkinson’s Disease Herbal mixture, 5 weeks into treatment I improved dramatically. At the end of the full treatment course, the disease is totally under control. No case of dementia, hallucination, weakness, muscle pain or tremors. Visit Green House Herbal Clinic official website www. greenhouseherbalclinic .com. I am strong again and able to go about daily activities.‌ This Herbal Formula is Incredible!!

Around age 60 I noticed that my handwriting was getting smaller and I was writing faster. I also noticed a small tremor in my right hand. The doctor went over my different symptoms and he suspected I'd either had a small stroke or the beginnings of Parkinson 's disease. After finding a neurologist and some testing I was diagnosed with the beginning stages of Parkinson’s disease. That was 4 years ago. I take Sinimet four times a day to control my symptoms, which include falling, imbalance, gait problems, swallowing difficulties, and slurring of speech,December 2017 our family doctor started me on Green House Herbal Clinic Parkinson’s Disease Herbal mixture, 5 weeks into treatment I improved dramatically. At the end of the full treatment course, the disease is totally under control. No case of dementia, hallucination, weakness, muscle pain or tremors. Visit Green House Herbal Clinic official website www. greenhouseherbalclinic .com. I am strong again and able to go about daily activities.‌ This Herbal Formula is Incredible!!

I was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in my mid to late 40's. I had hand tremors for several years. Gradually becoming worse. I then noticed when I was tired the tremors were worse. I started falling for no apparent reason. I Later had stiffness in my legs and need to walk with 2 canes or a walker. I was very slow getting around. I am now 54 years old. I was forgetful at times and had difficulty expressing myself. I had difficulty swallowing at times. I become tired easily.Now am Parkinson's disease free,after using the Parkinson's disease herbal formula i purchased from BEST HEALTH HERBAL CENTRE for 6 weeks,tremors disappeared,No more legs stiffness,energy increased,walking without cane. All thanks to God for leading to BEST HEALTH HERBAL CENTRE. please visit their website for more information.. w w w. besthealthherbalcentre. c o m

Around age 60 I noticed that my handwriting was getting smaller and I was writing faster. I also noticed a small tremor in my right hand. The doctor went over my different symptoms and he suspected I'd either had a small stroke or the beginnings of Parkinson 's disease. After finding a neurologist and some testing I was diagnosed with the beginning stages of Parkinson’s disease. That was 4 years ago. I take Sinimet four times a day to control my symptoms, which include falling, imbalance, gait problems, swallowing difficulties, and slurring of speech,This year, our family doctor started me on Mbeki Herbal Clinic Parkinson’s Disease Herbal mixture, 5 weeks into treatment I improved dramatically. At the end of the full treatment course, the disease is totally under control. No case of dementia, hallucination, weakness, muscle pain or tremors.

Visit Mbeki Herbal Clinic official website ww w.mbekiherbalclinic .com. I am strong again and able to go about daily activities.‌ This Herbal Formula is Incredible!!

Around age 60 I noticed that my handwriting was getting smaller and I was writing faster. I also noticed a small tremor in my right hand. The doctor went over my different symptoms and he suspected I'd either had a small stroke or the beginnings of Parkinson 's disease. After finding a neurologist and some testing I was diagnosed with the beginning stages of Parkinson’s disease. That was 4 years ago. I take Sinimet four times a day to control my symptoms, which include falling, imbalance, gait problems, swallowing difficulties, and slurring of speech,This year, our family doctor started me on Mbeki Herbal Clinic Parkinson’s Disease Herbal mixture, 5 weeks into treatment I improved dramatically. At the end of the full treatment course, the disease is totally under control. No case of dementia, hallucination, weakness, muscle pain or tremors.

Visit Mbeki Herbal Clinic official website ww w.mbekiherbalclinic .com. I am strong again and able to go about daily activities.‌ This Herbal Formula is Incredible!!

I have a Lab and she just turned 12 and also starting having these tremors with her head shaking when she was around 1 now in the last month she has been getting them more often like 4-6 times a day. When I see it happening I give her a piece of cheese or peanut butter and it stops. Not sure if it is because I took her mind off of it or what?

Our lab,6 and a half, had one last week, tonight 3 so far. Has us totally freaked out, going to vet tom. but from what I'm reading that probably won't help. She doesn't seem to be in any pain. But we are!

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