Why it's a good idea to record what your dog is doing and show to the vet....I showed him the video I took of Zoey having the jitters, he thinks it was a combo of reaction to the Albuterol as well as she was having a Petite Mal Seizure which is probably why her normal rescue inhaler didn't work like it normally does, as well as having an inflammed throat. So he thinks on top of her other issues she may have epilepsy as well. She has seizures 3-4 times a year, but we've always thought they were due to stress/hydrocephalus (but with all that's been going on with her the past few weeks she has been stressed). So we are going to make up some syringes with the Albuterol with just like 1/10th cc in them so she doesn't get as much next time. She had a slight overdose of the albuterol which makes me feel like poop, he said it's easy to do, normally I just give her a few puffs on the inhaler and that takes care of it, but since it didn't work I had to give her the concentrated dose in the nebulizer, and I didn't have it on her that long, but it can kill her if she gets a 'toxic' dose. She had low potassium in her blood (from the Albuterol), so got some Molasses & Bananas to bring that up ha ha...she loved that! He said a toxic dose can shut down their circulatory system. He wants me to get an oxygen tank to have at home with Zoey for after her episodes, and also consider taking her everywhere with me in case this happens again, what if I wasn't home? She'd be dead. What if I wasn't downstairs when she had this episode? She'd be dead. So I guess I am going to check into getting her a 'service' dog vest etc. (Which she already is for my depression in a way)....but I don't want to just take her everywhere for the heck of it...but also don't want to risk her life by not having her with me at all times. This sucks! :foxes15: I got some valium to give to her for the next episode. He also wants me to put her back on her antihistamine to help with congestion for now, we will see how she's doing once her throat infection has cleared up. He is also going to check with the specialist to see what else he would recommend doing for Zoey if there is another 'rescue' inhaler we can use since she reacted to the Albuterol like this...well in addition to seizuring.