My Fynn had a seizure only once when she was about 1 year old, she is 5 yrs old next week and hasnt had one since, vet said it can happen as a one off.
The puppy WAS overweight but apparently that is now under control: "Her weight is perfect even though she acts like she is starving." I just didn't like that vet having such a cavalier attitude about such a horrible situation. I don't get it at all. :?Ms_P said:Since you said your pup is over weight, I'd be more inclined to think diabetes or thyroid.
But hopefully it's not either. I would definatly find another vet and get her checked out extensivly.
I think you're on to something there.JOLIE'SMOM said:I just had another thought here....the spat your 2 dogs had..i believe the poodle could sense the impending seizure and this is what prompted the spat. Dogs will attack when one of them is acting out of the ordinary. For example if one of mine squawks because she got her foot stepped on, (for example) one of the others will jump on her growling aggressively.