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1) Did the shaking seem involuntary? 2) Did he lose consciousness? 3) When was blood work last performed on him?
It may be wise to move the blood work up sooner and have him examined. You may be seeing mild seizure activity and there may be an underlying cause. I don't think there's any reason to rush him in to the ER, but seeing your vet would be wise. Typically even if seizure activity is being observed, treatment doesn't occur until its repeated. For this reason, I would begin logging these events and also trying to capture one on video so your vet can see what you're seeing.
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