Samuel came from a shelter with significant disabilities. He was unable to walk, could not control his bowels, and his bladder got very distended unless we expressed the urine. We did a spinal tap and skull x-rays to try to determine what was happening to poor Samuel. The consensus of the primary treating veterinarian and the neurologist was that Samuel had a cerebellar infarct. With little hope of recovery, we let him go. He was a sweet, loving fella and we wish we could have made him better.
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