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Why does my puppy have random discombobulated episodes. She gets dazed & sways when she sits up. prefers to sleep. happened bout 3/4 times?

few episodes were accompanied with mild vomiting & lasted no more then 12 hours!?

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time to see a vet.

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take it to the vet better safe than sorry!

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You need to have it checked out. Vomiting is not a good sign. Sleeping a lot is normal for a young puppy, just like an infant

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Go see a vet

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my dog does the same thing so we took him to the vet and he has diabetes so I'd definitely see a vet to see what wrong with yours

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Hi, Reena. Almost sounds like an inner ear problem or a neurological problem. An inner ear problem can certainly make you feel dazed and make you sway because you can't tell the ceiling from the floor and can make you throw up. Hopefully that's all it is. You need to get it to the vet as soon as possible, honey. If you don't mind, I really care and I'd love for you to keep me updated. I wish you the best of luck with your puppy.

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Thanks! I haven't took get for her shots yet, but I will soon...
I'm not to worried bout her getting dick because she is an in door dog. Like my baby almost, & yes I know how important it is...(no need to make a statement people!)
However as far as her episodes go...I am almost sure after googling it and her symptoms it is more than likely an ear infection.
She showers with me because she won't stop crying & howling if she's not in there with me so I will give an update as soon a she's checked and vaccinated
Gonna be don't the en of this month thanx :)
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Thanks so much for keeping me updated. I love animals almost more than life. Yeah, hopefully it's an inner ear problem and not neurological. It can make her very sick, but there's medicine for it. I will tell you something, sweetheart, although you won't want to hear it! You need to let her cry & howl while you're in the shower. You're never supposed to let water get in a dog's ears. When you're bathing them, you have to be very careful with that, so she'll just have to get used to "your" shower time. :-) But better that than her being "sick as a dog", right? (Trying to brighten you up.) Just always keep that in mind. Keep me posted, okay? Thanks again.
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I wish I could give you a star for using "discombobulated" in a sentence.

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I am discombobulated.............
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I was discombobulated when typing that other answer.
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There their they're....you are okay now thought right?
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*though not thought
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no know, Aye think, eye think I thaw a putty tat....
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Eye dyd, aye ded!
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Dyd?? Ded?? C'mon that's just silly.....If you can't be serious then just don't comment ;-/
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Now you are just daring me to......
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>:oP******
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I can be syrius.....
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Triple.....Dog.......Dare..... >P** * *
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I'd rather you be Gary Oldman then Christian...Haha!
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christian??? Moi?????????? That was the star silly! You cannot even recognize your own kind.....you are tired!
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I am avian.....
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.....and I must fly into my nest


Knighty nite Calu ;0)
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suite dreems.......
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Yew two :)
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LoL it's true
Discombobulation is an awesome word!
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It might be diabetes or a neurological problem. You best take your dog to the vet because something is definitely wrong. Good luck!

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