Administrator & Alpha Bitch of the Wild Bunch
Join Date: Dec 2001
Location: Michigan, USA
For dogs to be very uncoordinated, disoriented, agitated and even panicked after a seizure isn't uncommon. Just try to keep her in a safe location during and after the seizures so she can't hurt herself.
Try to keep a log of the seizures, including the time of day, how long after she ate, excercised, etc.. and anything else that might have been unusual around the time the seizure occurred. Also accurately time their duration and log that. Make sure you're using a watch/clock to note how long they are and not guessing. 30 seconds can seem like forever when a dog is having a seizure. If they really are 2-5 minutes in length, that is very, very long for a seizure to last and will be very important information for your vet. If the bloodwork comes back clear you may want to ask your vet for a referral to a canine neurologist unless your vet has a lot of knowledge/experience with seizure disorders (which most GP vets don't).
Good luck and please keep us posted.
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