06-03-2017, 12:44 PM
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Take him to the vet when he's open and get him checked out, tell him about the seizure like activity.
My boy was 15 - 16 years old when he had something very similar happen, he was laying down beside me and started to shake like you described. I called his name and he stopped, looked at me, and seemed perfectly fine. For the next couple of months he was great, no shaking at all and he acted perfectly fine, healthy as could be. Then he was again laying down and started shaking, again I called his name and he looked at me then seemed perfectly fine. He had a vet appointment scheduled for the next month and I was going to mention what had happened when I brought him in. Sadly before I could do so he had a bad stroke. What I think is that the "seizures" in the preceding months were mini strokes and maybe, just maybe, the big one could have been prevented had I taken him in when the first one occurred.