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    Poor little dog, how scary It is natural to worry, if you didn't I'd think it odd.

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    How's it going for him today, Spark?

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    My dog had a couple of seizures when she was very old and it was some kind-of vestibular illness, which means her that her inner-ear and balance was affected.

    With a younger dog it may be epilepsy which can be medicated.

    I hope you're both doing ok?
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    Thank you both for asking, we're both doing just fine today, other than Baron giving me a hard time when I put him in his doggy seatbelt while driving. He tries his hardest to get out of it, because his favorite thing to do is to watch the cars driving along side me on the road.

    He really is the most precious baby ever, as far as I'm concerned. He has his vet appt. tomorrow, and I'll definitely let you know what happens. I watched him like a hawk today, and luckily he was his usual, playful little self.
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    That's good, I am glad he's seems to be doing good.
    A doggy seatbelt. haha
    I need one of those for my cat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sparkly View Post
    Thank you both for asking, we're both doing just fine today, other than Baron giving me a hard time when I put him in his doggy seatbelt while driving. He tries his hardest to get out of it, because his favorite thing to do is to watch the cars driving along side me on the road.
    Aww! He sounds like a cutie, so glad he's doing ok.
    Rest in Peace my beautiful little Bonnie

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    my dog one too when he was a baby and nothing happened since then. my sister too when she was a baby. i think its almost a normal thing? hope your pup is going to be ok!!!!

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    Thanks guys!

    I took him to the vet, and was told to keep track of his seizures closely, and record them. This way, if he starts having them more frequently, there's documentation of it and then I can notify the vet's office of any changes. But the good news is, right now Baron doesn't need any meds. But still, I'm sad about the fact that he's going to have seizures every once in awhile. I don't like him to suffer, but the vet said it's more common than I think for small dogs to have seizures. Oh well, at least he goes back to normal right after he has them, that means it's more scary for me than it is for him, which I'd rather have.

    BTW, he's figured out how to get out of his doggy seat belt and seems very pleased with himself when he's able to get out and there's nothing I can do because I'm driving.
    He's a cute lil shit.
    *Oh yeah, he's also the only dog I've ever owned that likes going to the vet's office. It's probably because he's the center of attention and gets lots of lovin.*
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    That sounds good to me! He might not even have another one. Dogs like to scare people!
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    That's good news, Sparkly, he might well just gow out of them - fingers crossed

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    That's great news! I glad he will be okay!

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    Thanks everyone.
    Everyone is entitled to be stupid, but some abuse the privilege.

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