By Dr. Becker
Canine stress syndrome (CSS), which is also called canine malignant hyperthermia (CMH), is a relatively rare inherited disorder that can cause a dog to have potentially life-threatening reactions in response to specific triggers.
The disorder is called canine stress syndrome because it tends to show itself when a dog is under stress or overstimulated. Triggers for episodes of CSS include:
✓ Ingestion of food ingredients such as caffeine or hops
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