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Can a loss of electrolytes in dogs cause muscle trembling like in humans?
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Dogs don't lose electrolytes because they don't sweat like humans.
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Chaws wrote:Dogs don't lose electrolytes because they don't sweat like humans.
I'm not a vet, but I would assume that dogs, like humans, can absolutely experience electrolyte losses as a result of excessive vomiting and diarrhea and disease states, such as, renal failure and DKA.
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