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Aseptic Meningitis

By: Dr. John McDonnell

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If your pet is showing signs of meningitis, you should contact your veterinarian immediately. If your veterinarian prescribes a medication, it is important to follow directions unless specifically told to change medication dosage or type.

Observe your pet closely for any worsening of clinical signs. If you notice any deterioration in your pet's condition, especially during the tapering of medication, contact your veterinarian immediately.

Treatment of aseptic meningitis is successful in the vast majority of animals. Relapses are typically seen if the medications are withdrawn too rapidly. Dogs that relapse will typically respond to treatment with either higher doses of the initial drug or addition of a second drug.

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