We adopted a boxer/pit mix named Buddy about 9 mos ago. He is just over 2 yrs old. He started with the head tremors a few months ago. We noticed that it comes after a period of time when he doesn't eat as much (the first time my husband & I went out of town & our dog sitter said he didn't eat much). We give him a teasp of greek yogurt morn and night and up foods with taurine around those times. Chicken liver, mackeral all have good content. Go to bullyworld.com. As long as he is lucid & aware, it probably isn't a seizure. His blood work came back great, but can't afford all the other "tests". So sorry for your loss. There are so many homeless dogs and they need good homes.View Thread
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