Flynnie had one an hour and a half ago. A regulation three-minuter and he got his legs back right away this time. Ironically, while he was calming, my vet called. I had called this morning to get Flynnie's pheno Rx refilled. She asked "When did he last seize?" "Uh, about three minutes ago... I just gave him some honey."
After the honey (most of which he slobbered all over his chest and muzzle) he was back outside like a wild man. HEY! Sheamie! I got a stick! Wanna try to get it from me? No? Wanna try to outrun me? No? Come ON, dude! Look alive there, buddy!"
Epi boys. You just never know how it's going to go. :
Seamus and Flynn
Glad he's up and about so quickly.
What is the honey for? Curious.
We could all take a lesson from Mr Flynn. If life gets you down, just get back up and enjoy living.
Yep - it is harder on us than them for sure.
Sandie, Tank 5/25/1998 - 07/08/2011, Orson & Sully
Way to bounce back there Flynnie boy!
~Abby, Molly, and Penny (the honorary lab)
Awww, Flynnie. Glad you were up and around so soon, though!
Good for Flynn! It never ceases to amaze me when they do that.*
Well, I'm glad that Flynn had such a quick recovery ;D I remember after one of Gus' seizures I took the dogs to the beach straight after and took Gus along on "keep an eye" on him..........guess who was the first one in the water!!!
I'd also like to know what the honey is for?
Won't someone please feed me!
Sorry to hear that, but glad he bounced right back. How long has it been?
Brenda, Sam & Bodie
I'm glad he recovered quickly. Still scary though for you to watch.