A 1.5-year-old, 53-lb (24.1-kg) spayed English bulldog was presented on emergency for evaluation following a sudden onset of abnormal gait. A few days prior, the dog showed weakness in the right pelvic limb, which progressed to both pelvic limbs the same day. The day before admission, the dog developed significant incoordination in all 4 limbs and had a spastic gait. The dog also had chronic GI disease that was being treated with metronidazole and a novel protein diet.
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