Is head and shoulders good for dogs


Is head and shoulders good for dogs and cats?

My 10 year old dog has had a head tilt that has been getting worse over the last year. There are days when he seems fine and other days when he's not. It seems he sometimes struggles to sleep at night and has trouble focusing and paying attention. I know that it's probably a good thing that he's old, but is there anything else I should be doing for him?

I'm wondering if a neck brace would help as I know that is used for dogs who have problems with their neck. Does he even have a neck problem?

Does it affect his quality of life?

Do you have any thoughts on the kind of problems that head and neck problems can cause?

My 9.5 year old spaniel has had a "tilt" for over a year now. I have had him to the vet twice with no help. I believe she said it is a muscle problem. She had him on Prozac and told me to keep him warm and keep him from being cold, which I have been doing. She also said to have him walk on a daily basis. Does anyone have any thoughts on what could be going on and would a neck brace help. Thanks.

My 9.5 year old spaniel has had a "tilt" for over a year now. I have had him to the vet twice with no help. I believe she said it is a muscle problem. She had him on Prozac and told me to keep him warm and keep him from being cold, which I have been doing. She also said to have him walk on a daily basis. Does anyone have any thoughts on what could be going on and would a neck brace help. Thanks.

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