my dogs seems like he is lost his head goes back and forth ..
he is 6 years old... 5 years ago this happen and went away now its back and vet is puzzled. He seems like he is lost, wont stop pacing around and pants heavy. He doesnt concetrate unless i call his name and give him a cookie, he does all his tricks but after that he goes back to his lost world.. i dont think it is a brain tumor cause it happen when he was 1 year old. If you have heard of this problem im up for suggestions, thanks
I've never heard of something like that before weird. Do some x-rays on his head.
i would have to guess he has something wrong with his ears ?? have them checked by a vet !C
We had a dog hit by a car once that acted this way and it was not bleeding or hurt but apparently the brain damaged and a shot fixed it up. What it was I have no idea. I would say without a doubt it is in the brain. Maybe you should talk with another Vet. They should know this.
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