General information on Cerebellar Hypoplasia
Cerebellar Hypoplasia is a disease in which the cerebellum is smaller than normal at birth. There are several causes of cerebellar hypoplasia including heredity, toxins, infections, and nutritional problems. The condition of cerebellar hypoplasia is most commonly seen in puppies younger than six weeks of age and is typically seen around the time in which the puppies start to walk.
Symptoms of Cerebellar Hypoplasia
Some of the symptoms of cerebellar hypoplasia may be: swaying body, head bobbing, tremors, overreaching of the paws, wide gait, lack of coordination, and intention tremors.
Treatments for Cerebellar Hypoplasia
The treatment for cerebellar is therapy. There is no cure for cerebellar hypoplasia.
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