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Posted on: 3:27:52 PM 2/18/2009

So my 6 month old sheltie has been exibiting strange behaviors that the vet has no idea of. They did testing and it all came back normal and they basically I can put her on meds or bring her to a neurologist...two things I have no completely ruled ou...

Posted on: 12:21:52 PM 2/18/2009

As I'm sure most of you know from my other recent posts, I'm dealing with a 6 month old sheltie who is all of a sudden acting strangely. Tests have been done at the vet and we are out of answers. Shes completely fine now and we are hopeing this never...

Posted on: 10:38:34 AM 2/18/2009

Just spoke with a neurologist and a initial exam fee is 120...not so bad, but I want to wait to find a pattern. My journal shows its after she eats and most typically at night. I'm going to wait this out a bit and see if it happens again. She's a pup...

Posted on: 8:32:30 AM 2/18/2009

Thank you both for the reasurrance. I am looking into things, and I started a journal for Kasey's every move 2 weeks ago when this all started. Knowing that this is likely not a tumor, makes me feel a little better, but I still worry. I read so many ...

Posted on: 9:52:39 PM 2/17/2009

This is an updated post from my last. I'm at my witts end. I'm not sure how much more my emotions can take. Two weeks ago we noticed Kasey acting strangely. She vommited on the floor and was swaying a little when she was sit still. She didn't convuls...

Posted on: 9:44:15 AM 2/17/2009

When I first got Kasey she was really young, the vet said 8 weeks but we don't really know because she was rescued. We wormed her and did all the things your supposed to do at the vet at that age. A week later she was doing all the things you descri...

Posted on: 9:57:57 AM 2/16/2009

My sheltie is doing the same thing, we have no idea what is going on. The vet says possibly seizures and to put her on meds. But I feel like we are over looking other possibilities. How is your sheltie now? What conclusion did you and your vet come t...

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