My 12-yr old Golden Retriever has spasmed* twice that I know of. Should I worry?
*His spasms look exactly like he's copulating, except he has no "partner." It appears involuntary and only lasts 10-15 seconds, and when it ends, he's perfectly normal. Explanation? Is this indicative of a dangerous condition? It would be funny if it didn't look so alarming. The two episodes happened weeks apart.
Take the dog to the vet for this; it could be a seizure, a muscle problem or something else.
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