They usually occur when sleeping or very relaxed. The recovery was normal - if he's running into things it means he is blinded and confused (all normal) - as long as he looks at you or tries to come towards you when you say his name or click your fingers then that's fine also. If he has any more before tomorrow then I would take him to the vets - he will need to be put on anti seizure meds.If a dog has two or more seizures in a twenty four hour period they are classed as cluster seizures and only meds can help with that. Arbie has the worst kind of cluster seizures - they just come one after the other - meds help to control them.sschumacher916 said:Frye just had another one, the first one I have seen. Aaron said it was pretty mild. He has been sleeping when they occur...what does that mean? Also, his res recovery period was probably a couple of minutes long. He could sit on command but was running into things a bit.
Also as Frye's not long had one and if he's fully recovered give him two tablespoons honey, put a fan on him and give him plenty food - if you don't feed canned normally it's a good idea to get some for after seizures.