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Degenerative myelopathy

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Degenerative myelopathy

Degenerative myelopathy is a progressive spinal cord disease which eventually causes severe weakness or paralysis of all four legs as well as other complications. Most dogs die from complications (or euthanasia) within 2 years of diagnosis.

What is degenerative myelopathy?

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What are the signs of degenerative myelopathy?

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How is degenerative myelopathy diagnosed?

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How is degenerative myelopathy treated?

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Will my dog get better?

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