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Old 04-05-2016, 11:25 AM
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Wasn't my dog, it was a friends. He got me on the hand while was stroking his face. Will never do that again, they don't know what they are doing. That dog didn't have a mean bone in his body.

edit: shouldn't have posted that last part...

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That's exactly how my Aussie mix looks post seizure. Her seizures involve freezing, inability to move, and excessive drooling. As she comes out she has to use the bathroom immediately, so will do that stumble like on your video out to the yard. I've even had to help hold her up/still so she can use the restroom without falling over.

Oh my! That is so different from mine. Wow - I've learned a lot from this post. How long before she is normal?
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That's exactly how my Aussie mix looks post seizure. Her seizures involve freezing, inability to move, and excessive drooling. As she comes out she has to use the bathroom immediately, so will do that stumble like on your video out to the yard. I've even had to help hold her up/still so she can use the restroom without falling over.

Oh my! That is so different from mine. Wow - I've learned a lot from this post. How long before she is normal?
Maybe an average of 5 minutes, give or take. She hasn't had one in at least 6 months *knock on wood*. She's 12 now and has had them intermittently since she was about 2. I think seizures are one of those things that look different for everyone (or every dog).
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