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Old 01-18-2016, 02:05 PM   #11
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You all have been so helpful and welcoming. I dug through all the posts and read through the question and answers and was amazed all the helpfulness of this forum. So I asked to be a member. You helped me through the last couple days of hyper vigilance. Today JJ finally laid on his side which is incredible progress. I will keep you updated.
Well that is good news regarding JJ We aim to answer members questions and always welcome new members to this forum I too have found this forum informative,interesting and friendly and have been here for nearly 8 years!!!! We also love pics too!!
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Hello and welcome from the coast of Texas. That had to be so scary for you and I think your poor JJ must have been terrified at something strange going on and not knowing what was happening. It doesn't sound like any kind of seizure I have ever read about, but am not saying it wasn't.

My golden retriever, Sophie had one last Aug. We had adopted her in Feb. just 5 weeks after her 11th birthday. On the day of the seizure we came home to find her in the entry hall unable to move at first, and then only her front legs. I knew it was either a stroke or seizure. She had pooped all over herself. Her back legs started to work, we got her cleaned up some an to the vet.

He determined her seizure was most likely caused by low thyroid and put her on thyroid meds. Of course, it could have been something else and she could have another any time. But so far so good. Here is hoping your JJ gets diagnosed and back on track.
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