...makes you wonder how much money drug companies pay to doctors to "buy their loyalty" and also the education/wisdom/experience of our veterinarians. If a service "professional" of any kind tries telling me something that common sense says otherwise, they lose all credibility and trust. From then on, they've lost my business. Even if they GUESS the next solution correctly.
My Border Collie has been doing this a couple times a month for the last 8 months-ish. Yes, it's heartbreaking getting that "look" from him desperate for help, but as it always passes within 10 minutes, I just let it run its course. I've always fed him a high protein dog food (off brand) and I guess I'll try some different foods.
Here's the thing. I've been looking at this topic all over the web for the last 6 months and it seems to be a very common set of symptoms, yet the "Dr.s" are all acting like they've never heard of such madness! (The amazement of the Dr. on this thread is a good example.) I'm so surprised that so many vets are leaning towards allergies and even more surprised that so many people drink this kool-aid and buy allergy medicines and go to "puppy ERs", surgeries, x-rays, bizarre foods and treatmentsView Thread