My dog is completely traumatized and crazy after being trapped in a box in a shed over night! HELP? - Mothering Forums

 
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#1 of 5 Old 08-04-2012, 05:27 AM - Thread Starter
 
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Last night I was looking all over for my puppy and i found her the next morning in my friends shed, inside a box, it must have fell on her. she has gone completely nuts now, she doesn't recognize me or my family, and she keeps walking around the kitchen, hall and sitting room in the same weird routine as she ignores everything else! she can't sleep because when she does she has seizures she has also bitten me and my other dog, which is very unusual for her, she is not her normal self at all. please help, i don't know what to do??? :(

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Take her to the vet. Seizures are a sign of a major problem.
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Seizures and sudden massive behavior changes involving aggression are an emergency vet situation!


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Yikes!  Sounds like rabies.  I really hope you all have seen a doctor by now. 


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I wonder if she got into something that was poisonous that caused encephalopathy. Anyway, hopefully by now you have seen a vet and she is recovered.


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