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“ALL YOU NEED IS LOVE” Image by Englishpointers (Hate Sleep Apneoa) I have reposted one of my favourite photos of Casper with an update on his health for all his friends. The leading neurologist vet in the country is sure that Casper has suffered an Ischaemic stroke which is caused by a sudden lack of blood supply to the brain. After various tests including an MRI scan, chest x-rays, ultrasound on his abdomen, blood tests and more they have been unable to find the cause of the stroke. Ischaemic strokes have been associated with many medical conditions in dogs and cats: kidney disease, heart disease, under or over-active thyroid glands, Cushing disease, diabetes and high blood pressure (hypertension). Other less common causes of blockage of the blood vessels supplying the brain include clogging by a fragment of tumour, fat, parasites or spinal cartilage. Despite thorough investigations, an underlying cause is not found in more than half of dogs with stroke. Although there is no specific treatment for stroke, most dogs and cats tend to recover within a few weeks. However recovery may not be possible if the stroke has affected a vital part of the brain. The long-term outlook and