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Didn't find the answer you were looking for? With regards to a dog suffering from a fever, the symptoms are not easily recognised. The main indicator is obviously a high temperature; however the most common outer sign will be lethargy, which will prevent your dog from having the desire to drink, eat or play. If you believe that your dog has a fever then there are ways to treat it. Now this can sometimes prove difficult because depending on the behaviour of your dog, he or she may struggle when you try to do this.

If this becomes the case then you should enlist the help of another person to keep your dog still and prevent them from biting. Leave the thermometer in there for three to four minutes if using a mercury thermometer, however if using a digital one you should wait until you hear the beep. Once removed you should wipe clean with a baby wipe or a dry tissue and record the temperature displayed.

If the temperature reads under degrees then you should keep your dog cool and hydrated, however if it is over then you need to take them to a vet. When finished with the thermometer, you should wipe it down with an alcohol pad or germicide wipe.

A dog's normal body temperature is Degrees F or 38 Degrees C. Since this is much higher than a human's normal temperature, the dog will always feel warm to the touch, and never cold.

Dogs are warm blooded animals, and their body temperatures are maintained at a moderate and constant level irrespective of the temperature of the environment.

When their body temperature is too low, their hypothalamus triggers the shiver response and when the temperature is too high, their sweat glands are stimulated and allow the heat to escape from the body. They are insulated against heat or cold by their fut.

Since they don't have sweat glands, they have to release heat by panting. A healthy dog is vibrant, alert and enthusiastic. If your dog is listless, then it is probably sick and needs to be taken to the vet. Warm or hot head is nothing to do with any illness in dogs. It can be due to hot weather conditions. It does not indicate fever. There are many misconception about the dogs nose as well. Many dogs can be sick even with moist and cold noses and many dogs can be healthy with warm and dry noses.

Dogs usually have dry nose after waking up in the morning. Some dogs like Bulldogs have comparatively dry nose. Dogs don't get hot heads when they are sick, they get warm noses and they nose will be dry too. If you are terribly worried, then you should take the pup to the vet. Hope this helps, good luck to you and the pup.

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So far it seems to be getting smaller but turning more into a scab. I clean about times a day and also apply some hot spot relief. I brushed her down on Friday didn't see anything on her. Didn't see anything on Saturday either. On Sunday I was playing with her and found redness on her neck. I cleaned it up it had dry died skin and blood. So I treated it.

I have been treating her 3 times a day with some banixx that treats everything. It has dried up and scaby and it bothers her when she gets up to do something. She hasn't been scratching it at least that good. She was an abused dog from pervious owners. So when she gets up and feels the skin pull she run and jumps up my lap and curls into a ball on me. So the question I have is it healing when it's dry and scabby and how long before she can go to the groomer to be bathed and trimmed cause she needs it bad.

She's a mini french poodle. And also is she supposed to act that way. I have a 10 month old German Shepherd. Since he was about 4 months old he gets re-occuring hotspots on the right side of his hip and the base of his tail. These are the only places he gets them and has gotten about 5 so far. At first they would heal pretty quickly, but this most recent one has lasted for about a month he bit, it healed almost completely and then he bit again. He has food allergies and we switched his food awhile back, while he no longer has red spots all over his body, the constant hotspots are still a problem.

He is also allergic to fleas, and even though we have him on flea medicine topical, because he cant take oral medicine since the flavoring makes him break out. We've been doing the chlorhexidine and water mix twice a day and the antibiotics they give him only do so much, I am fairly sure he is becoming resistant to it as well.

He has been in an E collar or most of his life because we cant trust him not to bite without it on, it seems every time we take it off within an hour he's biting again.

I hate seeing him in an E collar, but have no idea what to do. It is not moist and does not appear to be pussing.. Is this normal in the healing process or have I caused damage by using the scrub incorrectly? Randomly tonight she vomited her food up about 3hrs after eating. She is okay now no signs of distress or anything. After research, it might possibly be due to nervousness when wearing the cone.

Not to sure though. The vomit does not have any discoloration, and is chunky like globs of food. I have a 4 year old male golden retriever. He gets hot spots frequently, the worst usually in the spring time.

He was in Florida in May and he had a severe hot spot that was treated by a vet and we gave him a shot of Cytopoint at that time. He has since had a couple of smaller hot spots that we have successfully treated with Vetericyn spray, cleaning and cutting away the fur.

He currently has a few small hot spots on his back. He is a water dog, loves to swim and then roll in the sand on the beach. Is that what may be causing his hot spots? Should we consider giving him another shot of Cytopoint? I have read about pill treatments or adding a daily dose of coconut oil or fish oil to their food.

He currently is eating Taste of the Wild grain free food. The vet said since he was behind a few weeks on his nexgard that it was a hot spot from fleas. Can it be a cyst? We've been battling hotspots with our dog Angel for a few weeks now. When we first got the topical and the liquid bandage spray she started doing fine, didn't really like us touching the spot and would run off after we applied it to her.

But know whenever she sees us getting the topical or the spray out she runs away from us before we can even put it on her. So these methods are not working anymore. We are lost on how to help her now because the original spot is scabbed over and almost gone, but now she has three more, one on one back leg and two on the other back leg. All of her spots have been the size of a nickel to a quarter. Is there an oral medication we could possibly give her? My momma dog had litter of pups but since the shes losing hair just around yer privacy area and her back end and back thighs only.

This may have been due to her licking the area excessively after whelping which leaves the skin irritated and causing her to lick more. You could try cleaning the affected area with chlorhexidine two or three times per day and trying to prevent her from licking the area to see if the irritation subside. If this still continues, visit your Veterinarian. Had taken her to a vet. He gave her some medication. And after 2 months she is doing ghe same things again this time worse she had made bald spots over her body puliing the hair out!

So i had shaved her body with disposable grooming blades! Leaving only her fur on head!! There were dandruff like things on her skin all over at herlower back. But after few hours i dont know whether she started itching it and licking her neck area and front legs which was shaved. Now its so red and swollen thrice the normal size. A little bit of redness is gone. But right below her neck tat swollen things isnt reduces it isnt oozing or something. She wont let me treat it or clean it.

She is in constant pain i guess. Seeing her depressed is hurting me. Its been 24 hours now. I dint take her to bet yet because she already is in pain and reallydepressed! What should i do!?? Is it something that can harm her or fatal.

Over 2 weeks ago I took my dog to the vets she said it was acute dermatitis. She now as bald patches all over her back and they keep flaring up she as about 13 in total it's driving me mad she's constant scarthing and chewing her paws please help I rang her she said it could be her anal glands is this true. It is puffy and red. And the vet gaves us wipes but it is making him hurt so I stopped giving it to him.

He pulled off some of the crust and it is red. If the crust has fallen off, it would be important to ensure that the area stays clean, free from debris and left alone from licking or pawing, which I know can be a difficult task. The lesion would now be more exposed to the air which should allow it to keep dry and heal.

It may be worth speaking with your Veterinarian regarding a topical antibiotic you may be able to apply to the wound to help prevent infection. My lhasapoo has bad allergies and has had problems with mild hot spot flares in the past. However, she has now started chewing again. We have tried bathing her in hot spot shampoo twice, and while that provides relief it doesn't last very long only a few hours if that.

She takes allergy pills and they seem to help, but they make her drowsy and we don't want to give them to her a lot. Also, the redness isn't constant. Do you have any advice? Or know of anything that could help? My dog has been treated twice for hit spots at the vet, however he is almost done with his steroid and is itchy again. I am noticing some missing fur in certain areas as well. The underlying cause is seasonal allergies. What OTC meds are safe to give him daily to help with his itching?

He weighs 69 lbs. A month ago , i spot a big wound on the back of my dog skin which is inflammed bump and red lumps all over her body. Then still she does not get better and the lumps are verywhere so i brought her again to the same vet, they prescribed A stronger antibiotics and a steroid for her skin, She just have lumps and wounds before it later on , her left eye pupil is like went up and her left eye become red and she always thirsty.

So we stopped the medicine and bring her back because she become so dull after the medications. I again brought her to the same vet, they take back her previous medicine and prescribed Anti-Inflammation for 10 days , still no change. She have pus and the lumps are keep coming and enlarge. So this time i brought her to medical centre. They admit her for 3 days , and said it maybe her reaction towards her previous medicine.

They took off the dead skin of the wounds and prescribed a kind of soap to clean her wounds and iodine , mild antibiotic , anti - inflam and medicine to prevent itchiness.

I thought she will be ok after it but still she is not. She now have diffuculty to chew foods , her eyes still same , lumps are everywhere and getting bigger , and she is very weak. Im still cleaning her wounds but im worry about the lumps everwhere , its like hot spots. Again we stopped the medicine and we cant think of any other ways. Is there any remedies we can use at home? My dogs name is Marley and she has a rash on her beach with heaps of sores some with pus others all red we shaved her neck we think she has a hot spot rash she has recently been in the kennels and when we picked her up she had this rash we were told was a hot spot we have cleaned it with detol and put antibiotic cream on but it dose not seem to go away and she is actually unusually abnormal please help we want to get our baby healthy and happy ASAP.

My dog Nina, has had hot spots on her neck area for the past 6 days Sunday - Friday and I tried to go to my vet to get them to see her, but they can only see Nina in two weeks.

I'm worried that the hot spots are going to spread, since Thursday, the hot spots got darker and is spreading a little. Should Ii just go to a vet hospital to get treatment? I've been giving her lotions for itching made for dogs, shampoo for allergies made for dogs, and grooming wipes for dogs.

So far none those are working and I'm just scared that it's going to spread even more and I don't know if i can wait 2 weeks to get help. Sometimes hot spots may heal with conservative treatment and other times they require more extensive treatment; clipping the hair around the hot spots and regular bathing with something like dilute chlorhexidine.

But in some cases, a course of antibiotics may be required; if you are seeing no improvement in the condition it may be best to visit another clinic or emergency center to get care as two weeks is a long period of time.

Thor has been licking that spot between his back leg and genitals. I noticed this ,so when i went to check it out it looked like a rash,and the fur basically on top of it is very dark brown. I also noticed the skin under the hair is like fish scale looking and this is only in the crease of where the back leg and genitals meet. I cleaned it with dish soap and water. I have lots of pictures of it if you want to see what it looks like. What should I do about it? Should I be concerned?

Is it a hotspot? My good boy Griffin has a silver dollar sized hot spot on the side of his face. He has been wearing his e-collar and is just about finished with his prescribed antibiotics. I can tell it's healing because it's more of an itchy scab rather then a painful red sore.. I'm wondering when it would be okay to remove his e-collar.. I can tell he still wants to scratch at it but I don't want to have to start all over. I always recommend visiting a Veterinarian; however, for some people Veterinary care is cost prohibitive or they have problems transporting their pets to the Veterinary Clinic.

Hot Spots are caused by moisture in a wound coupled with bacteria. Treatment at home may be performed by shaving or clipping the hair around the Hot Spots and to clean the area using an antiseptic diluted in water very dilute.

Hydrocortisone cream by Veterinary prescription can be applied around not on the Hot Spots to reduce the itching, the use of an Elizabethan Collar will prevent him from licking the cream off can cause complications if ingested. Your Veterinarian would be able to inspect the Hot Spots and would be able to prescribe medication to heal the Hot Spots faster; topical or oral antibiotics may be required in some cases. Now fleas are coming to her body and biting on her wounds..

A severe case like this would need to be checked by your Veterinarian and Roxy would need systemic and topical antibiotics and put on a flea prevention programme. The cause of the returning pyoderma would need to be established and it may be worth having some culture and sensitivity performed as the antibiotics may not be fully clearing the infection from her body.

Keep all the hot spot areas clean and free of debris; clean with dilute chlorhexidine and clip any hair around the spots and apply an antibiotic ointment to the area. But please visit your Veterinarian. Our 3 year old great pyrenees, Zeus, has his 2nd hot spot on the folds of skin at the front of his neck. Both times the hot spot has occurred after a summer shave at the groomers. Both times, his collar seems to have irritated the area and I find the hot spot because scratching and rubbing of his collar has caused bleeding.

I have put him on mg of cephalexin he is lbs; he is on his fifth dose twice a day and am using Gentaspray topically twice a day. I've been cleaning the area with soap and water I didn't know about the half strength chlorhexidine - I will buy some today. He is obviously uncomfortable. He hasn't been eating the last 24 hours, but readily accepts the slices of ham I wrap the medicine in and dog cookies.

I was concerned about his water intake, but he got up and drank a good amount this morning. I was also concerned about his urine output, as he hadn't had a good output in over 12 hours. But he also urinated well this morning. Still, his decreased appetite and lower output are concerning.

Can a hot spot make a dog feel and act like this? From research on the Internet, definitely looks to be a hot spot. Is it necessary to bring him to vet? I could barely touch him right now. Can I treat him? Also, antibiotics would need to be prescribed to treat the bacterial infection which would need a Veterinary visit. Hi, my four year old black lab was diagnosed with a hot spot on her back 7 weeks ago.

The vet shaved and cleaned the area and gave me an antibiotic cream to apply twice a day. I did this for two weeks, the area improved but was no where near healed. We went back got a weeks worth of antibiotics and a weeks worth of anti itching pills. It looked like it had improved but another week later it still looked the same. We went back and got 2 weeks worth of both meds again. I also bathed her in an antiseptic shampoo. Never seen nothing like it and creeped the hell out of us.

I am pretty sure it has something realted to Flee control products. We rarelly use any no need for em but last week, the bulldog had Frontline and Capstar an anti flee producted based on Nitenpiram and i come to realized that might related.

We have an almost 1 year old AKC black labrador retriever puppy. He started the head bobbing around 4 months old. He was one of 14 puppies born and had 5 siblings that were dead in their mothers womb. I'm not sure how long he was left in the birth sack or if some type of head trauma occurred.

He has had 5 episodes now since April They start with the head bobbing and he is awake but a little disoriented, confused and scared. The last few times he has not been able to hold his urine and it leaks out without him knowing it is happening.

He paces and can't seem to get comfortable. We've taken him to a neurologist in addition to his regular vetrinarian. He is on Phenobarbital for 3 weeks twice daily to see if these episodes stop. We are on day 4 of the medicine and he had another incident last night, we gave him 1 valium to try and calm him down.

The head bobbing stopped but the leaking continuted for almost 6 hours and the anxiety of it effected him. Watching the videos that people have submitted look exactly like what our dog is doing.

I haven't heard anyone mention losing bladder function in the form of leaking when their dogs are head bobbing. We've had blood taken but it came back normal. I will try all the tips that everyone has suggested.

Thank you so much for posting, I feel like we are losing our minds! My boxer developed those exact head tremors. However we have linked them to Sentinal flea meds.. Since being taken off of the Sentinal the head bobbing tremors have completely stopped. A huge Thank You to everyone for all of this info. Our 9 month Lab is having tremors all of which come on minutes after hard playtime. We will certainly be looking into many of your suggestions. My Neopolitan Mastiff has this but it happens to him on very rare occasions.

It usually a certain scent that causes him to start bobbing his head. It freaks me out because his head is so large that to me him shaking like that made me think something was really wrong with him. He usually goes months between episodes. He has been doing this since he was a puppy.

It happens when he wakes suddenly. I told my vet years ago and had some tests done on him. They all came back normal. I don't believe it is a sugar problem. My dog can not eat anything besides his food and milk bones because he has colitis and his stomach can not handle it.

When the head shakes start I simply give him a milk bone and he stops immediately. The shaking doesn't seem to bother him much. He just kind of looks at me like what's going on and after I give him the treat he is perfectly fine. I think it is worse for us than it is for the dog. Thankfully my dog doesn't do it that often. My vet rec peanut butter too I will try the yogurt.

I was not aware of the connection between air fresheners and head bobbing in dogs. I will look for more literature about this. Hi, my 7yr old boxer presented a wobbling head out of the blue recently. I was very concerned as this had never happened before. I read many posts about why it might be happening but one in particular about air fresheners struck me right away as what might be causing my boys reaction.

I removed it immediately from the house and we haven't had another episode since. I'm convinced these plug ins are very toxic both to humans and pets and wanted to offer more awareness around this environmental factor as a possible cause for pets suffering wobbles. I have a 4. I took her to the vet Monday, but no one could give me any answers.

She gave me Prednisone, in case it was Related to swelling in the ear that perhaps set off her balance. Frustrated, I did not agree with this theory at all, but I took the medicine home anyway. Exactly one week later, Sunday, she started having them again! I am worried because it doesn't seem like anyone has a Rottweiler experiencing this, but i do find relief in reading everyone's input on here. Thanks for the advice! One just over a year ago, her second a few months ago, and her third this morning at 4am.

My first visit to the vet resulted in blood work but all seemed normal, even for a greyhound. The second episode we went back to my vet but with an article that I had found online about idiopatic head tremers. Again, her blood work looked normal and my vet told me to let her know if this happens again. I cannot thank everyone who has posted on this site enough. I thought I was crazy and it was only my baby girl that was suffering. Low blood sugar seems to make sense to me, she can be a fussy eater.

I was able to get this mornings episode on film and have already forwarded to my vet. I have to agree with all that say this seems to scare me more than i does my baby girl. I hope and pray everyday that peanut butter and yogurt will do the trick. Best wishes and love to all and their love bugs XOXO. Our 10 and half year old English Bull Terrier, Logan, has had a form of 'head bobbing' over the years.

However, no episodes for many months until this morning. It only occurs when he is about to eat. He bobs his head around his food bowl as if he can't eat occasionally knocking into it and then eats quite ravenously.

Seems perfectly OK after. Only difference this morning, was he had already eaten most of his food, went to the garden, came back and 'bobbed' in front of his bowl, but didn't eat the remainder. Previous post have referred to this being a possible cause. Will be treating with Thornit powder. Subsequent MRI at another facility, indicated it had shrunk and a third MRI at the same place, revealed it had gone completely!

Although a few seizures in quick succession had led us to the specialists, Logan was, on occasion, displaying occasional head bobbing only in front of his food bowl. I don't wish to add to anyone's concerns if their dog is 'head bobbing', but thought it worthwhile to mention this. Logan's in very good health for his age most people still think he's a puppy! After viewing the slides of various dogs I see that Katie's are not as severe. Her head goes in "little steps" up and down not as fast as the slides.

She looks like she i in a daze but responds when I call her name and stops. I am going to bring her in to the vet and see what they say. My 12 year old golden, Katie has had head bobbing for a couple of years and I just decided to Google it and was referred to this site. My British Bulldog had her first 'severe' head nodding episode aged around 18 months old, rather than shaking it is up and down but severe.

I rushed her to the Vet as I thought it was a fit. As normal cost a fortune and diagnosed it as a fit but wanted to keep her in and test for epilepsy. It gave me that much of a fright seeing her in such distress I brought her home thinking the worse. She never had another for almost 6 mths. Her first episode lasted app 15mins and every time it has occurred she has been sleeping, never been given any meds or been unwell etc, just came out of the blue.

She has had 5 in total but roughly twice a year strangely around the same time, although not hormonal. What has me freaked out is her last episode lasted 45mins, and next to the video's on you tube, she differs by staying lying down, unable to stand, she tries to keep eye contact wondering what is going on and all I can do is give her the Valium that the Vet prescribed and wait for them to subside.

She is awake but not totally with me and her legs stiffen but no shaking anywhere else just very severe head nodding. All I can do is cuddle her in tight, cry and wait for them to stop. Once they do stop she is confused and wants cuddled and assurance. They are not grand-mal seizures, she does not foam at the mouth, wet herself or loose control of her bowels, all that happens is her head nods violently and she appears out of it as long as it lasts.

I m so pleased that I found this site and I have been reading everything possible all night. She is perfectly healthy in all other aspects,loves her run's in the park and is my baby. I love her to death and it appears to distress me more so than her. Has anybody else had their episodes last so long? She hasn't had one since June finger crossed this year and would like any advice anyone could given just in case they do occur again. Many thanks and I'll sleep so much more peaceful tonight after reading what I have instead of dreading the worst for her.

Thanks again Margaret xx. I have a beautiful 13 year old boxer, the most wonderful dog anyone could ever wish for. For about a year now after eating he has started to have occasional head tremors and will then will drop like a stone. He gets up immediately and wanders a little and shudders and then normally vomits all his dinner up. He is then fine and sleeps. My vet said this can be quite common in older boxers and is caused when they bolt their food too quickly and it causes a slight disruption to the blood to the brain.

He is not in pain or cries out in distress but it is horrible to witness but I keep him quiet and support him and talk gently to him. Thank you so much for this article! This is his only abnormality. It has been scaring the crap out of ME though, and this article put my mind at ease. I wonder, though, if our culture, so full of chemicals to "help" our babies cats and dogs is perhaps causing this?

I have had dogs since I was a baby, and have never seen this in pets I'm 51! Kinda makes you wonder Nicole, thanks for the information and concern for your dog. We all love our dogs, that's why we are on a hub page trying to find answers, answers our vets do not have.

In my case and many of the cases on here, our dogs do not display the symptoms of Cerebellar Abiotropy. CA affects the balance and coordination of the dog, they appear to be clumsy and confused. My dog is neither clumsy or confused during these spells, she is awake and moves around just fine.

I know our first reaction is to run a million tests on our dogs, but MRI and spinal taps are very expensive test at least in the U. So the best bet is to rule out smaller things first and try options that have worked for other people with the same experience. In my case, the calcium supplements have been a miracle and Izzy has not had one single tremor after the supplements got built up in her system.

Dog is checked by a vet but we have no diagnos yet. In this time the symptoms are litlebit lesser. We think he is epileptic but one of the greatist vet says he think he is not and he think it mayd be idiopatic head tremer and he wants that videos, then we continue and think what shall we do I just look information, because I dont no what kind of disease idiopatic head tremer is and what can I do if he has it.

Thank you for answer and good luck to you and the others! Elina from Finland, my dog Red started having tremors 3 days ago, and one episode lasted for nearly a whole day.

This page has been nice in making me feel that i'm not alone. And before you decide to skip the MRI's and spinal taps because of some hub you read on the internet just think, what if you get it wrong?

What if your dog's head-bobbing is not "idiopathic"? What if your dog is having tremors because of "Cerebellar Abiotrophy" or any other brain abnormality that is degenerative i. If it helps anyone else, the steps i've been taking to minimise Red's head bobbing while i await test results are a warmth, b lots of activity during the day to keep him occupied which in turn c makes him fall asleep really quickly at night.

Out of the above remedies, i have tried to increase his glucose and his calcium, neither of which have worked. I will re-post when test results are received. My 2 year old boxer, Dexter, just did this last night for about 30 seconds , and he also repeated it again today for about 15 seconds , and both times it happened as he was getting up from a nap.

I'm so glad I found this site, and knowing that other owners have witnessed this, and their "wittle goggies" are ok. I'm still going to take him to the vet on Friday just to have a simple blood test done, and if nothing comes back, then I'm going to take it as it comes, since Dex seemed to be perfectly fine, as if he wasn't even aware anything was up. In fact, he gave me a confused face last night as I ran over to him, like, "What???

Why are you rubbing me? It was very scary to see it happen, and not be able to do anything for him. Sorry my bad english! I have 2 years old giant of snautzer and he maybe has idiopatic head tremor.

When he's head shakeing, it would continue 1,5 hours or sometimes more. Have they any heard it can take so long time? I would to thank this article and this site and all of you who is wrote here!

Also I thank the answers what I maybe get! I have an Italian Greyhound Izzy that has the same head bobbing that everyone has mentioned. It just showed up one day, not after shots or anything dramatic. At one point she was having 5 or 6 a day. Of course I rushed her to the vet on the second day, the vet stated that it was probably idiopathic head tremors and not much could be done about them since she didn't seem to be in pain and was alert.

After expensive blood work found nothing she was sent home. I was told to call him if anything changed or she was in pain. Well, I went home and hit the internet for research.

What I found seems to have fixed her problem. I will provide a link that has a good explaination since I'm no scientist but basically I give her a calcium supplement everyday. She stopped having the tremors within a few days and has not had any since. Please try this to see if it helps. Here is the link explaining: My bad for my post above Revolution replaces them both so it could have been either but the main suspect is the Heartgard not Frontline.

Sorry for the confusion. My 18 month old boxer Layla started having these tremors in her sleep and they would continue minutes after waking. Vet though it could be early onset of epilepsy or something worse. After a day or 2 the symptoms disappeared After reading through all the comments on here and from Bailey's videos on youtube it finally dawned on me For some reason she started having this reaction to it after 2 days of application. Why it started after being on it since I brought her home i can't tell you.

We switched to Revolution because it doesn't list neurological issues as one of the possible side effects like Frontline does.

Low and behold we are about 4 months in with no relapses, thank god I read through all you good folks stories of possible causes and remedies and hope that she continues tremor free for the rest her life. Just wanted to spread the word and give my thanks and sympathy towards the rest of you. Annie i know exactly what u are talking about and yes my spike was the same way at first. So glad I found this site!!! I feel a little better..

My olde english bulldog woke at 6am today with the head bobbing for the first time Tried sugar milk and honey milk and it seemed to help for a bit and then it came right back.

Took him on a couple walks and it goes away while hes active then comes right back. He seems a little worried about it but normal other wise. Im totally freaked though It sounds exactly like what everyone is writing except his is pretty severe Has happened 7 or 8 different times today from 6am-to now Im thinking me being worried isn't helping anything so hes not able to relax. Has anyone ever experienced it this severe?? Throughout a long period of time? I really hope this is a temporary thing even if its not harmful to him.

I feel so helpless not knowing how to make him better: I have a 5 yr old Plotthound who has had a few episodes of this in the past 8 months. Every time, she's been laying in the bed sleeping when it started. Each one lasts about minutes. Hers are from side to side. I have a video of it here: She's on Heartgard but hasn't had a dose since Aug 22th, and this happened Sept 4th.

No Frontline or recent surgery. Her last episode was back around March, I think. That was the first and second time we'd seen it happen, but we've only had her since December I'm going to start tracking them more diligently now to see if I can find some kind of correlation.

My dog had surgery yesterday in which she went under anesthesia. The following day she is having head shakes that last a few seconds at a time and she seems to be able to move and stop them. One recent night when her 2-year-old Great Dane jumped on the bed at 2 a. Then I got up and went to the couch. Dogs—hey, no disrespect—are the greatest human-manipulators in the history of the planet, which explains their enormous evolutionary success. Maybe they flatter us into believing they need us, they trust us to re-create for them the warmth and security of the litter, where they are instinctive co-sleepers, and this puffs us up and makes us feel godlike.

Which, for the record, my dogs also have. Or the literal warmth of it: Psychologist Stanley Coren cites speculation among anthropologists that human-animal co-sleeping may even be encoded in our DNA, or theirs.

Who am I to buck DNA? Even if later tonight, along about 3 a. That sense of connection must be some powerful stuff. We must crave it very badly.

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