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Seizure episode.

Species: Dog
Breed: dashound
Age: 2-5 years
he just had a sesiure like episode where he was walking with me and just kinda locked up and started shaking. he didnt lose it, he was semi responsive to me while i was trying to confort him. i was wondering what u could tell me about this.


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Dr. Marie replied:

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