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Old 12-21-2014, 02:45 AM
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So around six thirty jess all a sudden her right hip started shaking then ran outside playing with Cooper ozzy Charlie . Got silly then dad alerted me yo her shaking jon stop. Held her continued aftrr fIbe mins rang aftrr hour vet. Took her. She there overnight panting ans shaking non stop.
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Old 12-21-2014, 04:52 AM
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Rang and body tremors gone down somewhat and has eaten which no doubt has chicken in it but right now priority is to get her fixed and back to herself.
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What a worrisome night for you. Does the vet know what the problem might be?
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What a worrisome night for you. Does the vet know what the problem might be?
Very worrisome for sure. suspect shaking syndrome found in white dogs had 10mg or more of diazepam and few others. she ok atm. very confused and sedated
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Hope Jessie gets well soon *hugs*
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Hope Jessie gets well soon *hugs*
Thanks, so do i. *hugs back* thanks that hug was badly needed. could be Shaker Syndrome in Dogs | petMD

i hear in her breeds there is white and her father was mainly grey with white and grey so very possible.

  1. Blood sugar was 6.0
  2. she could stand and walk when put her down
  3. Body constantly was shaking
  4. Heavy panting and drooling
  5. looked confused but alert
  6. wasnt herself for sure
  7. it kept happening on and on
  8. Had diazepam rectal and x 2 5mg tablets
  9. had some other meds
  10. eaten (not chicken food they noted chicken allergy)
  11. Temp 39.3
Poor Jessie just so glad she pulled through i seriously cant lose her yet that was my biggest fear. Dad admitted to me and mum it bought back bad memories of me having seizures. I can now appreciate what they went through with me. Oh never seen such a thing happen.
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Poor Jessie, I'm so sorry you all have to go through something like this! I took a look at the link and it looks like there's a good chance of recovery. Will keep you and Jessie in my thoughts!
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Poor Jessie, I'm so sorry you all have to go through something like this! I took a look at the link and it looks like there's a good chance of recovery. Will keep you and Jessie in my thoughts!
Its first time my parents never mind me have seen such a thing in any dog! i was **** scared but forced myself to be calm and re assuring and just held and kissed and talked to her. Go vets in 43 mins. Thank you. will keep you all updated
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Oh hon, I'm so sorry, you must have been terrified ((((HUGS))))

Praying that she feels better and is back to her fun, loving, self, fast!
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Oh hon, I'm so sorry, you must have been terrified ((((HUGS))))

Praying that she feels better and is back to her fun, loving, self, fast!
I was very very terrified but kept calm and didnt cry at the vets but asked what giving her to keep me from crying. long as focused on medical side of things i was ok but deep down so worried and so petrified. ((((((((((((((((((((hugs back)))))))))))))))))))))) i couldnt bear to take a photo it would of distressed you all. took photo of her resting though.

Dad took us to ER no questions asked and mum agreed, rang after hours they told us to come straight in and we got seen immediately over spinal case.

Thank you for the prayers much needed
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