|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|
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|
|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|
|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|
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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