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Old 17th January 2011, 10:14   #13 (permalink)
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Re: Whats wrong with dog?

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Originally Posted by juco View Post
Yip, but never seen him like this before, like a drunken stupor, staggering all over the place and couldnt stand on his legs. Then miraculous recovery.

As I cant find anything on the internet I am interested what others who may have more experience in doggy matters think it may be.
Hi Juco, it sounds like he had a epileptic fit, or a stroke,our little dog had a similar turn when she was around 12 years old, and it turned out she was fitting. Hope when you see the vet, this will confirm your fears, and they can give you some medication. It's worrying watching them, and then, as you've posted a while later all ok again. Fingers crossed.
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