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    Exclamation Pug having siezures regularly, and only while sleeping

    My pug, Fred for quite a while now has been screaming while sleeping and waking up covered in his own pee, this constantly frightens me as it happens about 2-3 times a week now and it seems to scare him :( I'm getting worried so any helpful information could help me and Fred.

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    How old is Fred? has he been seen by a vet yet? does he have any other medical issues or problems?

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    Hello & to the village! I don't have any advice except to see your vet. You might video the incidents so the vet can see exactly what is going on.
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    If it's happening in the middle of the night when creating a video may be difficult you might see if your computer camera has motion detection feature in the software. Point it at him and go on to bed.

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    Get him to a vet and diagnosed if he has not been. There are meds to control seizures, but they have to be seen by a vet first....
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    He has no medical conditions and is going to be 7 in april

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    Hmmmm...that is young for old age sleep seizures, which are usually fairly benign. I think I would have a vet check him out. At his age it could be serious.

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    Okay, thanks everyone for all your support!!

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