04-13-2016, 10:00 PM
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You're the one who sees it, but usually a seizure (at least with people, I don't know about dogs) is full body experience that is obvious, like to the point they have to be held down because of thrashing. Could just be sleep twitching, but an entire mood shift could be a sign of something. Quick research says there can be a pre-mood shift, like clingy and worried. The seizure itself. Then post mood which I guess is if he acts disoriented. I'm not a vet, but asking one should give you some peace of mind. Even if he is having them, your vet will tell you what to do to when it happens. If you go this route, they might appreciate a video of it happening unless you prefer to see them sooner. I personally think he may have just had an intense dream. Either way, don't ignore it.
Alao did look up examples of it, if you have a soft heart I wouldn't recommend seeing them
I say play it safe. Best case is he is alright. If not you caught something early and can get him more than plenty of help.