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01-21-2014 11:23 PM
huntergreen first guessing is pointless and you need to get to the vet. if this are in fact seizures they woul be called petit mal seizures.
01-21-2014 07:13 PM
GatorBytes Is your dog on any vet scripted "preventatives" spot-on or oral for flea/tick/heartworm. Dewormed? antibiotics?

Any vaccines in past 2,3 months?

How long has pooch been doing this?
01-21-2014 12:27 PM
carmspack catnip? --- same reactions as marijuana
01-21-2014 12:19 PM
Gretchen
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Originally Posted by Baillif View Post
Could possibly be seizure activity. Hard to know for sure. Maybe time for a vet visit.
Yes, this is common. It happened when my daughter had seizures as a child.
01-21-2014 10:51 AM
middleofnowhere To add to your list of possibilities - does it include sensitivity to light? There was a fungus found in dog food a few years back that affected dogs similarly if I remember right.
01-21-2014 10:32 AM
LoveEcho
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Originally Posted by Dvillela5210 View Post
I don't have any kinds of drugs in my house. And I don't think he got ahold of any plants outside because the ground is covered with a foot of snow. If it was a seizure how long does it normally last?
Could he have gotten into anything kept under the sink (cleaning stuff, etc)? It's hard to tell with seizures, if that is the case. I'd get him to the vet ASAP- get eyes, ears, etc checked to rule things out. Watch him closely- keep a log of his behaviors to see if there's any sort of pattern.
01-21-2014 09:58 AM
Dvillela5210 I don't have any kinds of drugs in my house. And I don't think he got ahold of any plants outside because the ground is covered with a foot of snow. If it was a seizure how long does it normally last?
01-21-2014 09:15 AM
Baillif Could possibly be seizure activity. Hard to know for sure. Maybe time for a vet visit.
01-21-2014 09:09 AM
DutchKarin True on the recreational drug possibility. Had a friend who left her dog with another friend for the weekend. Came back and his balance was all screwed up. Went to vet for tests, $1000, until the dog sitter fessed up that the dog had eaten a whole bag of pot cinnamon rolls.
01-21-2014 09:02 AM
carmspack do you have any recreational drugs in the house? (don't have to answer) that the dog may have gotten in to .
this was on a radio show with a vet behaviourist talking about a dog that had every test imaginable without discovering cause. When the house was thoroughly searched for mold or toxins - a teeny stash was discovered in the teens bedroom , which the dog had gotten in to.
Dog perfectly fine .
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