Seizure symptoms puppies

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Avatar f tn If a family or breeder I would contact them to see if there is a history of seizures or disorder with either parents or any problems with puppies from the same litter. Have you taken him to the vet? If not I would make it a priority.
Avatar f tn She was also the runt of 12 puppies, yes 12 puppies, she was less than half the size of her brothers and sisters and her head is strangely small. I am wondering if there might be something wrong with her oxygen intake or does this sound like something neurological?
Avatar m tn ive had anxiety disorder for about just under 3 years now and im 16 years old a couple of months ago i had a really bad experince - i got really hot, my vision went red in the bottom, i was driving with my mum, i felt out of it and weird in my hands tingling and was convinced i was having a seizure which i have had two when i was in rimary school about 8 years ago. it was only classified as petite epilpsy and the dr's ensured me i would grow out of it.
Avatar m tn It's pretty unlikely that she's only having seizures when she's asleep, if she was prone to a seizure disorder she certainly would have had at least ONE while she was awake. The odds against her never having a seizure while awake but always having them while sleeping are staggering. As far as her being slow when she plays ball, well, not all dogs are athletic. They'r;e just like people. They all have different abilities.
Avatar f tn I have a Yorkie who was having mild seizure problems. Have never put him on any seizure meds as yet and hope not to. He had a seizure in the middle of the night and I called an emergency number for a vet and he recommended a few things.... keep him calm, , place a cool wet clothe on him to cool him a bit and the most amazing important part that "to this day" seems to keep his seizure's away is he said give him a teaspoon of "honey".
Avatar f tn Toy breeds crash very quickly if they become hypoglycemic and if more than about six hours has elapsed since the last feeding, it can absolutely cause a hypoglycemic seizure. When puppies get to be about six months old you can cut the feedings down to three times a day, at 9 months they can be fed twice a day, and at a year of age you CAN feed them once a day however it's probably better for them if you give them their day's ration a half at a time in two equally spaced feedings.
Avatar n tn Sometimes you just need a different set of eyeballs on the problem to get to the bottom of it. Please don't wait and risk dehydration. That's always a worry with puppies. And please do come back and let us know what happens.
544292 tn?1268886268 Various withdrawal effects may include shakes, shivers, diarrhea, nausea, and possible flu-like symptoms. Not all people experience will all withdrawal symptoms, and some people may experience others not listed here. The length of time withdrawal symptoms occur can range from a couple of days to weeks depending on how high your dose was and how long you were on the drug. Withdrawal symptoms can be reduced by discontinuing use of the drug slowly (i.e., gradually reducing the daily dose).
Avatar f tn During the seizure, he foams at the mouth, loses control of his bladder. After each seizure, he can not see for up to 10 min. I hold him so he doesnt get hurt bumping into things. After a string of seizures - he sometimes gets very aggressive for a few days after.
1442192 tn?1310205016 At first I thought she had a stroke because of the way she acted. Her symptoms seemed to be that of a stroke. I did Google her symptoms and found a website that said flea collars can cause a reaction like she had. The brand I bought is well known (according to the site) for causing damage and even death to pets. I did as they instructed which was to take the collar off and bathe her. She is quiet at the moment, but still doesn't seem to be with it.
Avatar m tn Our 9 week old Yorkie began having vomiting and diarrhea, we took him to the animal hospital, he then then aspirated his vomit, then went into seizure, suffered cardiac arrest, stabilized then began bleeding out of both ends. Vet called to tell me his organs were failing. We euthanized him quickly after that information. I have called mycotoxologists etc and they feel skeptical mycotoxins were the culprit.
Avatar m tn I also (just wondering) whether bloods have been taken, as this would help diagnose at least one of these conditions and also help confirm or eliminate the possibility of kidney disease, which some of the symptoms would point towards. I would keep him on foods that are easy to digest, such as cooked chicken and boiled white rice or pasta, if he will eat it, and certainly until a precise diagnosis has been made.
338880 tn?1195534619 LOL Chihuahuas are the only breed that have a molera, which is the equivalent of a fontanelle on a human baby. They are extremely fragile as puppies, but if the doctors feel that they can successfully reconstruct her skull to repair the injury, I would give her every chance. If, after the surgery, it is apparent that there is any type of brain damage that will impair her quality of life, then you can decide if that impairment is severe enough to consider making a more drastic decision.
Avatar m tn If you get a new puppy and it turns out that he doesn't seem to want to have a whole lot to do with her just yet, give him time. She will win him over eventually. Puppies always do. As I said, though, ultimately the decision will be up to you and your husband. I tend to agree with your hubby on this. If you do bring in a new puppy, please show us a picture of the little fuzzer! There's nothing cuter than a puppy!
1929044 tn?1323113688 I provide a private rescue to cats/kittens - dogs/puppies. Unfortunately when the dogs were coming in and out - the created an infestation throughout my home and most of the cats and kittens also became affected by flea - it's a nightmare and so hard to get under control (even now in the winter). I aplied the Sargeants (gold box) to my dog who is over 60 pds. I also had the Sargeants for cats under ten pounds on the counter to treat two cats I found fleas on.
Avatar m tn He had two seizures, one on Sunday and one on Monday, at almost exactly the same time in the evening. After the second seizure, the vet put him on phenobarbital (97 mg/2x per day). He's been on it for five days now and is still pretty out of it. He is extremely lethargic (sleeps most of the day), has coordination problems, and weakness in his hind end. He walks veeery slowly. He's also extremely hungry and thirsty. I've read that all of these are possible phenobarbital side effects.
Avatar f tn I had actually had where you had posted it before (before I went to the vet this time, even), and I was convinced that she was in kidney failure because all of the symptoms are there. But the vet said that her kidney levels seems within reasonable levels. The only thing the vet could find as a real life-threatening problem is her low blood pressure.
1627868 tn?1333889942 I also love to eat but am trying to give up gluten to see if that makes a difference so eating is not so much fun now! I hope my symptoms disappear and that I can go back to being relatively healthy. I feel like I can't deal with my symptoms getting much worse or discovering that I have MS as I don't have time to be sick, my babies need me too much.
514916 tn?1224521687 My dog's first signs was convulsion/seizure...then came the rest of symptoms... This particular dog will never get another shot....not her....and the rest will take only 1/2 doses then other 1/2 dose..not relying on vet opinions again, I am going w/ my instinct and knowlege from experience...
419309 tn?1326506891 The only thing I'd say is that if you do wait, I wouldn't try to tough it out if mental symptoms do surface. He needs to get on the ADs a.s.a.p.
Avatar f tn She was just sitting like a person on the couch and she started bobbing back and forth slowly,it didn't look like a seizure but they present themselves in so many different ways. Her BUN level was 50,creatine was .3,sodium was 129,glucose was 69, calcium 8.4, lymphocytes 32,neutrophils 83.
195469 tn?1388326488 (and maybe relieve some stress in the meantime) This thread isn't really about symptoms, it is specifically about how you feel you are being treated by your Neurologist. Are there certain areas that you feel your Neuro is lacking? Do you feel that he/she is not listening to you and your concerns? Do you feel that you are getting a thorough Neurological work-up, when you show up for an appointment?
Avatar n tn My Rotweiller, at age 5, demonstrated the same symptoms. I took him him to the vet immediately, in Feb. 06. He had an enlarged prostate gland. He passed on May 4, 06. Turns out he had prostate cancer that eventually moved into his lungs. Don't want to scare you, but the symptoms sound so familiar to me. The dog needs to see his doctor.
Avatar n tn Could be neurological Lyme disease. See www.LymeNet.org and here's a symptoms list for you. I have it and had a LOT of eye problems, sensitivity to light, etc. Very nasty bacteria once it gets into the central nervous system. You have to find a Lyme specialist, though. Doctors don't know about it or its co-infections, believe me.
Avatar n tn That was also in part due to Klonopin withdrawal at the same time which I need to take for seizures. It is the only anti-seizure drug I can tolerate. Don't treat OXY like it is a street drug. It is prescribed by pain docs when really needed for serious pain. What really pisses me off is that docs are afraid to prescribe even mild pain killers because of all the media hype. I wish the government people would get a grip and track the real problems such as the real threat of bioterrorism.
Avatar n tn Jean Dodds and read her vaccination schedule, especially for puppies. My holistic vet totally supports my attitude and does the same for her pets. Even my other oldtime allopathic vet agrees with me not to give vaccines except rabies. Therefore, I can not board due to no bordatella but I would never board anyway.The homeopathic remedy THUJA is for vaccine complications. I don't know if it could have saved your baby. Again, I am so sorry for your loss.