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msmoe13

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Is a dog with seizures more susceptible to  Hyperacusis?  My little Yorkie has seizures but she is terrified of every little noise right down to the cracking of someone chewing gum.  Please help I feel so bad for her.
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Is a dog with seizures more susceptible to  Hyperacusis?  My little Yorkie has seizures but she is terrified of every little noise right down to the cracking of someone chewing gum.  Please help I feel so bad for her.


I know a guy who has epilepsy and Hyperacusis. However I can't tell if they are linked. But I also want to mention that humans and dogs are not the same. However we may have some things similar. It breaks my heart that your dog had seizures and possibly Hyperacusis.

Maybe try finding a way to treat her seizures first then go on to hyperacusis?
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