question #1: my GSP acts as though she cannot get a full lung's worth of air in the 24 hours...
following her seizure. her breathing seems short and labored. is this normal?
question #2: our 2nd dog is a whtie lab, the same age (3.5 years) as the GSP, also a female and is the alpha dog. she becomes very aggressive with the GSP after every seizure. why? and is this normal?
I would strongly urge a vet to check out the GSP's chest. Is the lab becoming aggressive, dominant, or protective? More than likely, she senses the GSP is not well and is taking advantage. If it's protection, then that's different. Definitely try to keep them separated right after the seizure.
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