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Q. Only sometimes he mentally slips away. He's around 2 yrs. His ears pin back, don't wanna he touched, eyes are glassy, won't eat, like he dosent know u

A. Maybe your dog is having some type of focal seizure. The best thing would be to have him examined by a veterinarian to determine the exact cause and best treatment. Your vet can run lab work, if needed, to help diagnose the problem.

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DR. LEIGH PUSATERI, DVM

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