Does Anyone’s Dog Have White Shaker Dog Syndrome, Any Natural Cures For This?

Are there any natural cures to treat White Shaker Dog Syndrome? Does anyone have a dog with this condition? What are their symptoms and how do they act? What age did they get it at? Any other info on this helpful too.

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3 Responses to Does Anyone’s Dog Have White Shaker Dog Syndrome, Any Natural Cures For This?

  • This disease has an unknown cause but it’s been suggested that it’s an autoimmune disease. It usually happens in adult small-breed white dogs. They have sudden tremors involving their whole body, including head. Sometimes these tremors are disabling.
    To my knowledge, the only treatment are corticosteroids which reverse the shaking. About 25% of dogs who get this syndrome have some degree of these tremors for life. So any dog who gets this, needs vet treatment.

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  • Shelli says:

    I have been treating my male 2 1/2 old year Lhasa/Bichon/Japanese Chin homeopathically with 3 mg melatonin (1x am, 1x pm), 1 tsp extra virgin coconut oil (1 tsp am, 1 tsp pm), and Pat-Tabs Complete Daily Vitamin-Mineral Supplement for Dogs (1 tablet am). He has not had a seizure in 7 weeks. The seizures started out of the blue, and he was having up to 4 per day. I did some research on the internet, and started him on the melatonin and vitamins, and then after 5 weeks, he started seizing again. This is when I did some further research and started adding the extra virgin coconut oil. The extra virgin is the most important part. As I stated, it has been 7 weeks and he has not had one seizure, and I am so pleased.

    Watching your baby have a seizure and not knowing what to do is the worst thing in the world. When he was having a seizure, I learned that if I would put a drop of honey on his tongue that would help to stop the seizure immediately, and then put an ice pack on his belly to help bring down his body temp at the same time, and very gently rub his eyelids in a circular pattern, one at a time.