Seizure yorkshire terrier

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I am very worried about my Yorkshire terrier. A few days ago, during cold weather, she appeared to be shivering all the time, lethargic, and not jumping around as usual, but she continued to eat as normal (no upset stomach symptoms either). I took her to the vet and the vet said some dog breeds have seizures, but that unless other symptoms developed, not to begin series of testing.
Please let us know what is happenening. I had a rescue Yorkshire Terrier who was in a terrible state when I got him, I was lucky to have him for three years before he passed away. The cruelty he received before I got him at 3 years old, stayed in him. If Freddie had all these symptoms after he fell, perhaps it is shock, and he will need tender nursing until he gets over it. You have done everything yolu can for him. It has been going on a long time I admit.
Can anyone help, i have a yorkshire terrier who is 10 years old, he has been diagnosed with epilepsy now for at least 5years. He is not currently on any medication, but has previously had various meds which made him drowsy and wobbly on his feet so they were stopped. He has for the last 2 years been urinating in the house, one by one i have had to get rid of carpets and am now at the end of my tether as i dont know what to do with him.
We just found out that last night our neighbours little Yorkshire terrier went blind, the vet said she may have had a big seizure in the night and wants her to go for mri scan, our neighbours are besides them selfs as she is only 2 an a bit, just wondered if anyone out there could give any help and advice.
Reactions in mixed breed dogs were most commonly reported, however, the Chihuahua, Shih Tzu, Miniature Poodle, Pomeranian, Dachshund, Maltese, Yorkshire Terrier and Bichon Frise seem particularly at risk. Products containing cyphenothrin and permethrin were especially problematic for small breed dogs. Most incidents occurred in dogs under three years old, likely at their first exposure to a spot-on product.
My yorkshire terrier almost died at 8 or 12 weeks old I can't remember and was rushed to a 24 hour pet hospital due to bad reaction to shots. He almost didn't make it. He never did well after any of his other shots and used to have to stay at the veterinarian all day for observatin. When I finally found a holistic veterinarian I realized he was also having reactions to the flea tick POISON given to dogs every year.
Having people lure deer to their yards, just because they enjoyed seeing them in their yards, when it poses so much DANGER to others? Some poor woman just had her little Yorkshire terrier attacked and killed by a wild bear just the other day when she was outside walking him near the VA hospital! Anyway.. it's just hard to get treatment here, and so expensive to boot!
Reading the posts about your dog with CHF has been very helpful. Our little guy, Abe, is a 13 year old Boston Terrier that we rescued almost 3 years ago, although now I think he rescued us because it was such a joy to teach him that people loved him and what treats, toys and walks were. He was like a kid in the candy store.
well my 1yr old yorkshire terrier has completely stopped eating any form of dog (even cat) food i give him, ive tried every brand under the sun but he stil doesnt eat it , now, he will eat the odd bit of steak or chicken or rasher ect ill hand him or even cheese but hes now stopped eating those too. hes getting lifeless and im wondring what i should do. he also was knocked down by a car in may yet when i brought him to the vet they xrayed him and said he was fine , maybe this could be related ??
My dog Halle is following the exact path as Chloe. She is a 13 year old Yorkshire Terrier and is my 'sweetie'. She is having good days and bad days now. Actually, she did very well for about 1 month after she was diagnosed with end stage kidney failure. She is on Azodyl and medicine for an elevated blood pressure. Her numbers almost normalized and she gained a lot of weight, but now she is worse again. My husband and I have been giving sub-Q fluid boluses every other day for 6 weeks.
00 a.m. to help her go easily. He will slightly sedate her first. She will be on her loveseat with her head resting in my lap as that is her favorite way to spend time with her mommy. I know this will be more than I can stand, but I promised her faithly after her stay in the hospital that I would not put her back in my car unless it was for fun.
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