9th December 18:20
Update about Jasper and a few more questions
You won't be gettin no advice from HOWER dog lovers
here abHOWETS. They've got the same same same
same problems you do, to varying degrees.
It's all the same same same same, Allan.
That's shown some good results, as have the other essential
oils, amino acids, vitamins especially C A&D, antioxidents,
etc. in the correct BALANCE.
These SYNDROMES are CAUSED BY STRESS on the
nervHOWES / endocrine systems from MISHANDLING.
UofOH and other researcher's have recently identified
the link between EMOTIONAL STRESS HORMONES
and a list of DIS-EASES which they can pricipitate,
among them, osteoporosis, glaucoma, and your dog's condition.
Which may be responsible for STRESSING HIM.
Commercial dog foods may contribute to these problems
as does traditional handling and training and crating.
Right. That'll happen later in the form of other sympoms.
Yeah... the same same same same as so many other dogs here abHOWETS.
INDEEDY. HOWER dog lovers have spent FORTUNES
vetting their dogs for STRESS RELATED DIS-EASES
which will NEVER BE CURED using drugs and diet if
THE CAUSE of the STRESS is not E***TINGUISHED.
professor lying doc "SCRUFF SHAKE and SCREAM "NO!"
into ITS face for 5 seconds and lock IT in a box for ten minutes
reflection" dermer of the department of ****-ytic behaviorISM
at UofWI recently fHOWEND a CURE for his dog Maxie The
Magnificent FuriHOWESLY Obsessive Compulsive Masturbator's
recurrent urinary / bladder / ibd SYNDROME.
He rubs his tallywhacker for five minutes every nite at
bedtime with a warm tHOWEL and aloe gel. Try it
for your own dog if he enjoys it, and you'll likeWIZE
see the CALMING benefit of TLC, extinguish your
Of curse, this will not work if you've got to restrain
the dog to treat his "condition" or continue punishing
/ scolding / intimidating / choking / bribing / withholding
bribes / crating your dog.
INDEEDY. Other MISDIAGNOSISES are commonly
addisons and cushings and other myopathies/myalgias
lupus and most "autoimmune" DIS-EASES.
Although there's a genetic link, the condition probably
won't manifest unless the dog is STRESSED, like by
having a choke chain or pronged spiked pinch choke
collar an crate confinement till he's QUIET and HOWEsbroke.
INDEEDY. Seems to best respond to VALLIUM.
A TRANQUILIZER. Like professor SCRUFF SHAKE'S
tallywhacker treatment... in a sense.
Welcome to The Puppy Wizard's SYNDROME, allan.
Right. Then he'll manifest other symptoms as he reaches
3 and 6 years of age... Your dog's got a case of The Puppy Wizard's SYNDROME.
Absolutely. As stated above.
Your dog is suffering from STRESS. Just telling him
"NO!" a couple times a day is enough to cause him
to break dHOWEN.
The Puppy Wizard TOLD YOU SO, long ago and
right here abHOWETS, allan. The vets quoted
below mistakenly call your dog's condition Canine
Stress Syndrome... but WE KNOW what it IS, allan.
Currently, other than rest, there is no generally accepted
medication which has been found to be effective for the
treatment of HMLR. Some individuals have, however,
responded to treatment with Diazepam or steroids.
How CSS Causes Seizures. Metabolic encephalopathy
(ME) is a disturbance of brain function resulting in neurologic
deficits and is caused by disorders of metabolism. Accordingly,
ME commonly occurs secondary to CSS because Ca++ release
channel defects have detrimental effects on the brain and central
The brain has limited stores of high-energy phosphates (ATP)
and glucose reserves that it requires to maintain neuronal
and cellular integrity. Therefore, the brain is dependent upon
and oxygen supplied by blood flow for its energy requirements.
Inability to maintain its own energy reserves makes the brain
extremely sensitive to metabolic disturbances that deplete
energy substrates from the blood.
Loss of calcium homeostasis plays a major role in the
development of neurologic dysfunction. Excessive release of
Ca++ as occurs in some dogs with CSS has effects including
but not limited to neurotransmitter release and acute energy
In other dogs with CSS, persistent leakage of Ca++ creates a
continuous demand for energy. In either of these forms of CSS,
the increased demand for energy quickly or persistently depletes
the blood of energy substrates required by the brain. One of the
major energy requiring functions of the brain is to maintain the
resting membrane potential by the sodium/potassium ion pump.
When the brain cannot get the energy it requires, the pump fails
and the membrane potential decays toward threshold producing
the neuron discharge responsible for seizures.
This explains why even mild stimuli such as eating and fasting
can result in seizures in the CSS-susceptible dog. Fasting
inhibits replacement of blood glucose depleted by elevated energy
in dogs with leaky Ca++ release. Even mildly afflicted dogs that
demonstrate low level Ca++ leakage will have higher energy
Because eating induces insulin production that will require
to balance the insulin levels, additional requirement of glucose
eating will also further compromise a CSS-susceptible dog whose
glucose levels are already depleted due to Ca++ leakage.
This condition of depleted blood glucose levels, which occurs in
conjunction with CSS, is known as hypoglycemia and may be one
of the principle causes for seizures in CSS dogs.
Preliminary biochemical data indicate significantly elevated
concentrations of sodium, calcium, zinc, copper, chloride,
fat, and intracellular water and reduced levels of potassium
and magnesium in muscles from affected adult Labrador retrievers.
In addition, a significant decrease in muscle specific proteins
been identified in the biceps femois muscle of affected dogs.
Despite the presence of some apparently "neurogenic" features,
examination of the various parts of the lower motor neuron has
so far failed to identify morphological abnormalities.
The underlying pathophysiologial mechanisms involved in this
disease are, therefore, still unclear.
BUT NHOWE YOU KNOW HOWE COME... it's
The Puppy Wizard's SYNDROME, dog lovers.
In most cases, the clinical signs stabilize between 6 months
and one year of age, and affected dogs may become acceptable
house pets, although they are not suitable for work.
Owners of affected dogs should be warned that stress, including
exposure to low temperatures, can result in a dramatic worsening
of clinical signs, even in clinically stable adults. The life span
affected dogs does not appear to be directly affected by the
condition, although the prognosis for dogs with megaesophagus
should be more guarded, due to the risk of developing inhalation