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Signs & Symptoms

Granulomatous meningoencephalitis, or GME, is an inflammatory autoimmune disease of the central nervous system. It comes on very quickly and is life­threatening. The inflammation results in granulomas, which are clusters of cells that form when the immune system tries to build a barrier against foreign substances.
Granulomas can develop in a single location, multiple locations, or throughout the central nervous system. In GME, the cells encircle blood vessels in the white matter of the brain and spinal cord, causing neurologic and ophthalmic symptoms. GME usually occurs in small breed dogs between 6 months and 10 years of age. The disease is more common in females.

GME Signs and Symptoms

GME Videos

GME Diagnosis Procedures

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Medications

Medications Chart

This chart tells you if you have reached a therapeutic level in the auto immune suppressants used to bring your dog into remission. 

Neurologist Articles

The Truth About Vaccines

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GME Awareness Video Dedicated To Our GME Fighters & In Memory of Our Rainbow Bridge Fur Baby's

GME Awareness Video For Pet Parents Everywhere! "Educate, Encourage & Share" from Margaret Ditty on Vimeo.

Cricket's GME Awareness Articles

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