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Hello and thank you for the question.
I am so sorry your girl is not feeling well this must be so scary.
Can you tell me when was the last time she ate?
Has there been any vomiting?
Are her gums pink and moist?
Do you have any karo or pancake syrup?
Has she been vaccinated?
I asked about the karo or pancake syrup so you could apply some on her gums, small breed puppys can experience a drop in blood sugar that can cause seizures.
If she was vaccinated properly she would not need any boosters in 6 months as all vaccines should be finished by 16 weeks.
I would apply the syrup and watch her closely if this does not appear to help I would have her seen right away since you are unsure of her medical and vaccine history there could be a more serious reason for this seizure.
Seizures can be very dangerous in pupys as they are not as resilient as adult dogs.
I would have her seen tonight at your local animal emergency where they can monitor her and give medications to stop the seizure should it happen again.If having her seen at the emergency is not an option I would have her seen first thing tomorrow morning by your regular vet.
Please let me know how she is doing.
Yes feed her and give her a small amount of the syrup.
No she did not receive all of her vaccines there should have been one more booster given 3 weeks after the last ones. She does still need the rabies.
Watch her very closely tonight and have her seen in the morning.I will be on most of the night if you need additional help.
I may not be on line but I would love to have an update after her appointment.
Good luck I will keep her in my prayers.