01-30-2019, 12:10 PM
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Originally Posted by Kyllobernese
What was the dog doing while they watched him? Can't quite understand what you mean by "watching". Was he having more seizures? Was he unconscious?
He never had another seizure after the vet stopped it with medication. The vet said their is a 24 hour waiting period to see if he would get any better but he did not. The next day which was around 24 hours of watching him she said he was dull, minimally responsive, mentally inappropriate, and weak. She said he had CNS damage from prolonged seizure activity. She said he was not going to get any better and so we put him to sleep. To me the damage occurred because he was seizing for 45 minutes straight before the vet stopped it. My dog never had another seizure. Why would she try to save a dog that was already not going to make it because he had been seizing for 45 minutes straight. She knew the seizure started at 9am and it was 9:45am when I arrived at the vet. She stopped the seizure a short time after. All of this is in the medical records.