Unresponsiveness

Pet does not respond to any signals, if your cat or dog displays unresponsiveness it could be a serious condition associate to many different health issues. Since most of the causes of unresponsiveness in dogs and cats can be quite serious, it is essential to seek veterinary attention immediately. Some of the most common causes of unresponsiveness in dogs and cats include shock, coma, head trauma, brain tumors, encephalitis, hydrocephalus, hypoglycemia and drug intoxication.

Unresponsiveness

How to Recognize

If your pet does not appear to be moving and does not respond to your touch, voice, or other stimuli, your pet is unresponsive.

Causes

Many different conditions can cause unresponsiveness in your pet. Some of the most common causes include shock, coma, head trauma, brain tumors, encephalitis, hydrocephalus, hypoglycemia, and drug intoxication.

Diagnosis

Unresponsiveness is an emergency. Seek emergency veterinary care immediately and have someone call your veterinarian to let him know your coming if possible.

Treatments

The treatment is dependent on the reason why your pet is unresponsive. In all cases, your veterinarian will make sure you pet\\\'s vitals are stable and they are receiving ample oxygen.

Unresponsiveness Affects

  • Dogs
  • Cats

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