According to petMD, localized involuntary muscle tremors can cause a dog's head to shake slightly. Involuntary muscle tremors can also cause a dog's entire body to shake. Localized tremors that affect only the hind legs ... More »

Some causes of head tremors in humans are multiple sclerosis, stroke, brain injuries and neurodegenerative diseases, notes National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke. Tremors are characterized by involuntary... More »

Full-body tremors are caused by neurological problems in areas of the brain managing muscles throughout the entire body, notes the National Institute for Neurological Disorders and Stroke. Some common disorders that caus... More »

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