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Thank-you for waiting. What you are seeing is the Post ictal phase of a seizure. He is Dazed and confused, but I doubt will get viscious. We suggest at this time putting the dog in a darkend room and allow them to rest. No loud noise or lights. This will allow him to recover. You will need to make sure he is not near furniture incase he has another. Should he have another seizure try and document time, what he was doing and if you can get a short video for your Vet. Seizures can be medically induced or could be idiopathic meaning there is no specific reason for it to occur. This is some information on Seizures: http://www.canine-epilepsy-guardian-angels.com/tablecontents.htm This site goes over all factors involving seizures and what to look out for and what to do. If he continues to have seizures tonight, he will need to see a Vet tonight. Should you need an ER Vet, Please supply a City, State and zipcode. For any questions, please hit reply. My goal is to give you excellent service and to earn a 5 star rating.
Wanted to check in see how Havoc is doing since the seizure. Has he and any more? Please be sure to see the Vet on Monday if you have not seen the Vet already. Please post an updat on how Havoc is doing.
Thank-you for the update. I would have some blood work done to see if either of those wer the cause of the seizure and then go from there. One step at a time and so glad he is doing better. If I have addressed all yout concerns, please take a moment to rate my service 5 stars so I can be compensated for my tome and answers.
I know you are concerned, but there are treatments you can opt for, so at this point I would await the blood work and see where that leads. He saound like a great Dog I have a Pit bull and american bull dog cross and she is the biggest love.
In that case, then I would make him as comfortable as possible, until his quality of life fades. If he is eating, playing enjoys family time and the seizures are not too frequent and can be managed with medication and the pain can be managed, then I would allow him to enjoy his time with the people he loves.
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Please update me from time to time on his condition and how he is doing. I would love to hear how he is doing.