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Posted by: Joe | 2012/06/07

Shivering jaw

I notice lately my 10 year old Dachshund''s jaw occasionally shivers for a few seconds at a time. He does not seem to be showing any other signs of pain or discomfort but his breath smells quite strong at times. What could be causing this and is it something to be concerned about?

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Hi Joe

There are many things that may cause the clinical presentation that you are observing. It could be due to pheromones, nervous twitch, teeth problems, epilepsy etc. I advise that you visit your local veterinary surgeon and have it checked out.

Kind regards

Angus campbell

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Posted by: CyberVet | 2012/06/12

Hi Joe

There are many things that may cause the clinical presentation that you are observing. It could be due to pheromones, nervous twitch, teeth problems, epilepsy etc. I advise that you visit your local veterinary surgeon and have it checked out.

Kind regards

Angus campbell

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