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I agree that she needs to be evaluated by a veterinary neurologist. It is possible that she could have suffered brain damage due to the seizures, but there are other possibilities. The possibility of a congenital portosystemic shunt is high based on her age, breed and symptoms you describe. These can occur even if her bloodwork was normal. This is often confirmed with a specific blood test called a bile acids test, but in some cases, more advanced imaging studies are needed. Here is a link with more information in regards ***** ***** and how they are confirmed and treated.
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