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Devils Advocate wrote:That's iF the description Netty has given IS what I'm picturing it as, though.
Silent Raindrops wrote:Thanks for the explanation - hadn't heard of it before.Devils Advocate wrote:That's iF the description Netty has given IS what I'm picturing it as, though.
That's the hard part. What we picture isn't necessarily what the originator is drawing.
Netty wrote:You know maybe it's like um... Is it huntingtons disease in humans. That's a neurological thing. The uncontrolsble shakIng...
What I can say is Cassie really doesn't want to shake her head now. She will but she seems very reluctant too...
Silent Raindrops wrote:Refer attached video footage contained in the attached link (scroll down). Is that what you mean, Netty?
Netty wrote:That's exactly it DA. I thought seizure too but she was coherent and focused.
I think Shar had the same issue with one of her dogs and distraction works.
She's currently lying stretched out on the couch asleep. She ate her dinner seems fine just a little off...
Has only started occurring since the pancreatitis. Tonight wasn't the first time...
Can stress set it off????
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