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Q. The seizure's started the end of August or beginning of Sept. The first one then another two weeks or three in the mid heat he's indoors

A. You need to see your vet for some blood tests and investigation. If it is a young animal it could be epilepsy or a neurological problem. In an older animal It is likely to be a neurological problem or a brain lesion such as a tumor.

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JULIA HENWOOD

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