I have a 2 year old Yorkshire Terrier. About a year ago we noticed that every time she woke up from a long sleep she couldn't walk properly. She would arch her back and hold her legs straight while walking, was looked very dizzy and disorientated. We have taking her to the vet numerous times and even to specialist vets. They have done blood tests, urine tests, bile acid tests and taking many xrays of legs and spine, everything has come back fine. Vets seem stumped as to what it could be. Has any experienced anything like this. We stopped running tests on our dog as she doesn't seem to be in any pain but this last week she seems to be getting a bit worse so would like to try and find out what is wrong.
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