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Good Morning and welcome! I am Dr. Loretta, a licensed veterinarian and I am happy to answer your question.
I am so sorry to hear about your guy...something serious such as liver failure , infection such as Encephalitis or even a brain tumor or brain lesion is most likely the cause. This behavior that you describe is neurologic in nature and your vet will have to run a battery of tests to determine the cause for this and then how best to treat him. If this were Epilepsy, he would have come out of this. It appears that whatever is causing this in your dog is invasive and interfering with more and more portions of his brain. I am hoping that your vet can find something that would be treatable but it is time to take your guy to a veterinary Neurologist so they can determine the cause.Does that make sense to you?
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