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Old 17th January 2011, 10:27   #11 (permalink)
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Re: Whats wrong with dog?

It was on a Sunday hence we had to phone another vet none were open.
The vet did cover the symptoms and explained her thinking.
His drinking is no less or more than usual.

The dog is back to normal just now
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Old 17th January 2011, 10:28   #12 (permalink)
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Re: Whats wrong with dog?

Yes it does sound as if he has had a stroke. Our 14 year old cocker spaniel had one about 7 months ago and still has problems walking in a straight line. Keeps bumping into things and his head has a permanent tilt to the left. He is as happy as larry though. A vet can tell immediately by examining the dogs eyes if it is a stroke or not so if it happens again take him straight away. It worried me to bits as ,like your dog, he was as right as rain, went out into the garden and seconds later, without any warning, couldn't even stand up and was acting as if he had been out drinking all night. He is fine now, albeit a little wonky!
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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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Re: Whats wrong with dog?

Has your dog has the swine flu jab maybe?

Seriously, though, sounds like your dog either had some food poisoning or something and was just working it through it's system. Even so, get a check done to be sure
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Re: Whats wrong with dog?

It does sound very much like a stroke Juco. Take your pooch along to see a better Vet for a once over. My old friend (sadly, long gone now) suffered a similar thing a few years back. My Vet took care of him for a couple of days, just observing, my old boy stayed with me for another couple of years before he was ready to say goodbye, best wishes.
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Juco any update on the wee man, is he okay ???
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Yes, any news?
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Hi all, He is running around without a care in the world.
Back to normal.
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Hi all, He is running around without a care in the world.
Back to normal.
Very good news Juco. x
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Re: Whats wrong with dog?

Im no expert, but having had a border collie for many years that suffered from epilepcy, it sounds as if yours may well be suffering from this, ours would have seizures and recover as if nothing had happened, although much younger (she was 18mths when it started).
it really is quite frightning for the owner but tends to have no adverse affect on the dog unless the seizures become to frequent.
Your vet will be able to test for this and it would most likely be treated as humans are.
Get her to the vet as soon as for a check up.
All the best to you and your dog.
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