Has any JRT owner experienced their dog trying to vomit, not being able to and then sort of stiffening up as if having a mild seizure for s short while and then fine? Our JRT is nearly 17 yrs old. She has been on regular doses of Regalin(sp?) for nausea. She has had two of these "events" in the last week-and-a-half. We've seen a neurologist who did not find anything remarkable in an exam, but said maybe an MRI is in order to see if there are brain issues. We were just wondering if anyone has experienced symptoms such as this and found it was something in particular.
i had a pit bull that acted like she was having a seizure but it was from a tremendous amount of pain she was in from torn knee ligaments.do you know if anything is causing her pain? my dog was only 2yrs old though.since your dog is much older their could def be something going on
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