Hello, My name is XXXXX XXXXX X have been a veterinary nurse for 26 years.Thank you for allowing me to assist you today.I am sorry to hear Serenity is having some trouble. If you have not yet had a full exam by the vet including blood work that would be recommended. The bouts of sudden aggression and now the seeing thing that are not there followed by extreme lethargy can all be associated with Psychomotor/complex partial seizure. The fact that this has happened a few times tonight is concerning and if this is a form of seizure then she really should be seen by a vet tonight at your local animal emergency.Seizures can develop due to many things such as * Problems with the liver ( liver shunt)* Diabetes* Parasites* Problems in the brain such as encephalitis* EpilepsyClick here for more on complex partial seizures( read the last paragraph)Click here for more on causes of seizures Unfortunately there is not much you can do for her at home other then isolating her and keeping an eye on her for the night. I would however suggest having her seen if possible. If this is seizures and it continues tonight it could lead to a seizure that does not stop, dangerous elevation and in the body temp and damage to the brain.I hope she does ok. Please reply back if you have additional questions or concerns and I will be happy to continue.Candy
I called my local emergency vet to apprise them of what is happening. Aside from the new aggression thing, they have had numerous pets come in within the last several hours acting the same way. We are having a bad storm with thunder which she barks at normally; but also lightening, which is completely new to her. They said it is anxiety from the storm.
Does that seem like a normal behavior to a storm?
Should I just see if she settles down and then take her to her vet when they open?