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Q. My Shiz tu is 3 years old today his eyes are wide open been sitting on the edge of my bed for 3 hrs now shaking his head back and forth and is shakin

A. If there is any chance he could have eaten anything toxic or mouldy then you should see you vet immediately. If there has been no improvement over the few hours then it is probably worth having him checked by your vet. It could be pain related or, anxiety.

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JULIA HENWOOD

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