Why Is My Dog Shaking Uncontrollably?

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The condition wherein dogs are shaking uncontrollably is termed as shivering or tremor. It can occur due to drop in blood glucose level when they are hungry. It could also mean that they feel cold or frightened. Shivering may also be due to underlying illness affecting their brain, spinal cord, kidneys, and other organs.
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