There has been talk throughout the thread that seizures may be to blame. Please keep us updated as to if the new medication works. I've been following/commenting on this thread for years now, and want to keep "in the know".View Thread
Read the entire thread- Many of us have tried different things, spent thousands of dollars with no answers. There are lots of ideas and possibilities and with your vet explore some of the options. For me, changing to a grain free diet helped dramatically. for others, it didn't. Good luck and keep us updated!!View Thread
The following things worked for me: Short term: Baby gas drops (simethecone I think is the name of it, but a dropperful on the tounge to relieve gas.. or getting the dog to throw up using hydrogen peroxide. with the dogs I have had that had this issue, it seemed like the compulsive drive to eat anything and everything was an indoor alternative to eating grass. When they tried to eat the carpet, I would take them outside and they would eat a lot of grass -
Long term: I switched my dog to an all meat/grain free dog food with a higher protein and fat content (like a sporting formula) and i have not had the problem since.
I had my dogs to the vets many times, xrays, bloodwork, spend a few thousand dollars- with no result. THe allergy route had no effect on my dogs.. I don't think any of us have found a vet with the answer.View Thread
Have you read through all the posts on this thread? Better yet, show it to the vet. For some of us it seems food intolerance related. For others, possibly seizures. I know I myself have spent a couple thousand dollars with no answers. Keep us posted.View Thread
Read through all our posts and see if there are other things you can try such as different food, or natural or over the counter remedies. Collectively we have spent a rather large amount at vet clinics with no answer.