Today, when we let our two boxers out of their kennel, they were running in the yard. Then my 9 month old puppy, fell over to her side. She didn't shake like she was having a seizure and she didn't lose consciousness. Her body was not rigid. She did urinate while laying there. After about a minute, she jumped up and started walking around. After another minute of walking around, she started playing like normal. Any ideas of what this could be?View Thread
Today, when we let our two boxers out of their kennel, they were running in the yard. Then my 9 month old puppy, fell over to her side. She didn't shake like she was having a seizure and she didn't lose consciousness. She did urinate while laying there. Her legs were not stiff. She laid there for about a minute then jumped up and started walking around. After a minute or so of walking around, she began to play again like normal. I don't think she had a seizure, and I really don't think she fainted. Any ideas?View Thread
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