HELLO, I OWN A 2 YR OLD FEMALE COCKER SPANIEL, I HAVE HAD HER SINCE SHE WAS 9 WEEKS, AND SO FAR NEVER HAD ANY HEALTH ISSUE SERIOUS ENOUGH TO WORRY. JUST TWO WEEKS AGO, AND AGAIN TODAY, SHE HAD A VERY WEIRD REACTION AFTER GOING TO THE YARD EARLY IN THE MORNING TO DO HER BUSINESS AS USUAL. WHEN SHE CAME BACK IN THE HOUSE SHE WAS SHAKING TREMENDOUSLY, AND COULD HARDLEY MOVE, HER LEGS WERE STIFFED, SHE COULD'NT WALK...I PANICKED!! ALL I THOUGHT OF DOING WAS MASSAGE HER, AND KEEP HER WARM UNDER THE BLANKET. THE TIME BEFORE TODAY WAS REALLY UGLY, BECAUSE SHE VOMITED SOME SORT OF YELLOWISH FLEME, TODAY IT WAS JUST THE STIFFNESS ALL OVER HER BODY AND SHAKING.. LET ME MENTION THAT IS COLD WHERE I LIVE,THEREFORE I DO HAVE THE HEATER ON, AND BOTH TIMES IT HAPPENED; WAS FIRST THING IN THE MORNING.
SHOULD I TAKE HER TO THE VET TO SEE HER? HAS ANYONE EXPERIENCED THIS BEFORE WITH THEIR PUP?
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Now on to the problem. YES, take your baby to a vet and have her checked out. Is it possible someone could have sprayed something toxic and she got into it. What about a new mulch or landscaping recently done. Being cold usually doesn't cause stiffness.
The other thought is it possible she is having small seizures. 2yrs is around the right time for eplipsy to show up. So it is possible something else is going on. It is best to have her checked by your vet as soon as possible.