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Dog with red eyes, shaking, lethargic

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Dog with red eyes, shaking, lethargic

Postby pbarry30 » Wed Jul 19, 2006 1:34 am

Hi there,
our 12 year old dachshund/german shepherd mix (I know its crazy) has gone through some very sudden changes, which seem to have occured around the same time. They are:
1. The whites of both eyes are very red - its the blood vessals which are showing
2. He is usually scared of thunder and lightening but he is behaving similarily most days now. Not as bad but he is still shaking more than normal
3. Her is much more lethatgic and sleeps alot more

We took him multiple times to the vet. The blood work was clear but there was microscopic traces of blood in his urine. He is finished the pills for that and they said it is now clear. We also went through a round of pills for his red eyes.

He is not better - I would say getting worse or we are just getting more paranoid. Anybody have any simular experiences??
Thanks in advance

Pat
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Postby suebgone » Wed Jul 19, 2006 3:08 am

Stroke is a possibility, so are seizures. Were either mentioned? Are you keeping him somewhere quiet? Did they do any X-rays of his head for any nurlogical problems?
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Postby pbarry30 » Wed Jul 19, 2006 3:22 am

Neither were mentioned to us. Because of the eye issue, the have asked us to take him to an eye dog specialist. Hopefully they can discover the root cause.

Thanks for the reply
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Postby suebgone » Wed Jul 19, 2006 3:30 am

I would waste no time since your regular vet did nothing for him. Did he mention the possibility of a disc problem? NO, you are not paranoid at all. You are concerned & rightfully so. good luck & please let us know the outcome.
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