Q. Lathargic and seems that her head is sensation to touch.

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A. Unfortunately this signs are quite vague and aspecific. I am afraid it is going to be difficult to provide specific advices. She may be painful on her head/mouth/ears/eyes/neck and the lethargy may be related to that, or the two signs may be completely unrelated. I would be happy to discuss further details of your case in a consultation if you like, otherwise I would recommend to take her to your veterinarian for a check up and appropriate treatment.

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