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post 25th Feb 2011, 8:49 am
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My little girl collapsed in the garden last night, i was so scared
She had been fine all day, had a lovely walk and ate her dinner as usual.
I let her out for a pee in the evening, next minute she fell forward onto her nose and then on her side.
I ran to her and just held her for a few seconds, she then come round.
I then picked her up and carried her indoors.
She was able to walk into the sitting room, but was very quiet and subdued for the rest of the evening.
She has had her breakfast as normal this morning and has had a little walk, she is still a bit quiet but i think i am just going to keep an eye on her, and go from there.

Has anyone had this experience, just out of the blue??
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post 25th Feb 2011, 8:54 am
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How scarey for you and her flowers.gif . Hope she seems brighter today, I seems to remember that one of your was recently diagnosed with a heart murmur - was that Beryl? This can be a symptom, but of course there can be lots of reasons - did you call the vets for advice last night or are you going to take her today, I hope all goes well and she is brighter today.


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post 25th Feb 2011, 8:56 am
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Poor Beryl hug.gif
hug.gif to you both.

I'd try and get her down to the vet when you can to be sure, even if they do confirm it was only a one off at least you can have some peace of mind

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post 25th Feb 2011, 9:06 am
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QUOTE(walkiesandtalkies @ 25th Feb 2011, 8:54 am) *

How scarey for you and her flowers.gif . Hope she seems brighter today, I seems to remember that one of your was recently diagnosed with a heart murmur - was that Beryl? This can be a symptom, but of course there can be lots of reasons - did you call the vets for advice last night or are you going to take her today, I hope all goes well and she is brighter today.

It was my other bullie Betty that was diagnosed with a heart murmur, so this has really come out of the blue with Beryl.
Especially as she is only 20 months old unsure.gif
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post 25th Feb 2011, 9:07 am
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hi, after losing one of my cavaliers the remaining 1 started to do that, we took him to vets every time but he would be fine by the time we got there, the vets took bloods xrays and couldnt find a cause
i would take her to vets as you dont know if shes had these episodes before and you havent seen just to rule out things like heart problems and epilepsy
the vet finally decided our cavs episodes were due to lack of oxygen (he was old and very short nosed if that makes sence)on his last episode he was unconciouse for 10 minutes and that left him with severe brain damage and we sadly had to send him to the bridge

so please take her to vet even just for peace of mind
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post 25th Feb 2011, 9:11 am
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Oh poor Beryl! Hope she's OK today.



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post 25th Feb 2011, 9:16 am
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I've just booked Beryl an appointment at the vets, got to wait till this afternoon though err.gif
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post 25th Feb 2011, 9:17 am
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Oh goodness.... poor Beryl and poor you hug.gif

Hopefully it is nothing much, or else something that can be sorted with medication.

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post 25th Feb 2011, 9:22 am
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QUOTE(bulldozer @ 25th Feb 2011, 9:16 am) *

I've just booked Beryl an appointment at the vets, got to wait till this afternoon though err.gif


Hope all goes well at the vets, it's always better to be safe than sorry for something like that! Let us know how it goes.


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post 25th Feb 2011, 9:38 am
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Sending lots of "nothing sinister" wishes for Beryl and a hug.gif for you both. smile.gif
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post 25th Feb 2011, 9:44 am
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Oh no! How scarey for you all sad.gif I'll be sending the lovely Beryl lots of positive thoughts for the vets later today hug.gif
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post 25th Feb 2011, 9:56 am
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Hope the vets visit goes ok later today. I used to have a Shih Tzu, sadly no longer with us,who I adopted when he was about 4yrs old. He had 5-6 of these type of episodes, one very soon after I got him, so I know how worrying they can be. He was vet checked regularly and the only explanation ever given by 3 different vets was related to his short nose and occasional temporary oxygen reduction resulting from this.
I was told that it was more likely to occur in extremes of weather, either hot or cold, but to be honest this wasnt always the case and there was no pattern to it that I could ever spot. Gizzy lived to be 14yrs old, eventually dying due to cancer, so whatever was causing the other problems clearly didnt have any impact on his life span. hug.gif to Beryl and to you and fingers crossed for some reassuring news later.
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post 25th Feb 2011, 10:24 am
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I hope lovely Beryl is ok hug.gif hug.gif
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post 25th Feb 2011, 11:24 am
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my previous patterdale dog had this happen, it turned out to be the start of the heart murmer which went on for 2 years, couldnt get exicted couldnt walk far, wheeled him in adapted trolly, any exertion he passed out, but i nursed him for 2 years, died at 12, just keeled over and didnt come round that time.
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post 25th Feb 2011, 12:30 pm
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QUOTE(seadancer33 @ 25th Feb 2011, 11:24 am) *

my previous patterdale dog had this happen, it turned out to be the start of the heart murmer which went on for 2 years, couldnt get exicted couldnt walk far, wheeled him in adapted trolly, any exertion he passed out, but i nursed him for 2 years, died at 12, just keeled over and didnt come round that time.

I'm so sorry about you patterdale sad.gif

If they told me i had to keep Beryl calm, i don't know what i would do.
Shes a nutter lol.gif goes everywhere at top speed wink.gif
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