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I have s three year old lab who’s pretty active. We’ve just

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Good afternoon,I have s three year old lab who’s pretty active. We’ve just got back from a walk were he was bouncing around and socialising with other dogs. Now he’s home he’s very spaced out and doesn’t want to eat which is very unlike him. I just wondered whaf I should do should I take him straight to the vets?


Dr. Paul Brazzell here.

Does he respond to his name?

Any twitching or abnormal movement of the limbs?

Any signs of pain?


Customer: replied 4 months ago.
He responds to his name but just sitting there, he’s kind of wobbly and seems spaced out. I just took him for a pee and when he finished and was walking back he was continuing to pee while walking along which he’s never done before. He’s very nervous suddenly and when I go near him he jumps away

I wonder if he had a seizure.

Any chance of him getting into moldy bread or other things in garbage?

Can you give him some honey by mouth now?


Customer: replied 4 months ago.
I think he’s more than likely eaten moldy bread in the park! What do I do? I’ve just noticed he’s peed in his bed where he’s been lying.Do you think it’s bread that’s done this? What should I do?


Well we generally give them supportive care- fluids etc etc

And we treat with Methocarbamol to settle down the muscle twitches and tremors.

Make sense?

If he is really struggling then I would take him in.


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