Lock-Eye's Emma AKC DL85566701
Source of information: Lisa Flowers (owner)
Age of Onset: 2 years
Diagnostics: Multiple panels of blood work performed by multiple veterinarians to confirm diagnosis.
Disease Progression: The episodes started around 2 yrs of age. The episodes occurred when Dilemma was overstimulated. This happened with 2 people she was around and loved. These episodes occurred in an Agility setting. They often occurred when her muscles were warned up for competition.
At one point it was suggested that it was some form of Exercise Induced Collapse.
The episode at that point in her life appeared as if her brain missed a beat and her heart did not pump an adequate amount of blood to her back legs. She would collapse and her body would seize. The episode would last around 20 to 30 seconds. She would recover and seemed fine.
As she aged, she began to have seizures for no reason. She would have Grand Mal seizures.
They increased in frequency to the point that it was medically necessary to add Phenobarbital.
Multiple panels of bloodwork were done.
While she was actively competing, I used magnetic therapy in dog coats I helped to design and sell. This helped to get rid of the lactic acid build up in her muscles from competing.
Dilemma is deceased. I made the decision to allow her to cross the rainbow's bridge on 12-28-13.
Her health had deteriorated to the point that her quality of life was compromised.
I had a full panel of blood work done less than 30 days before her passing.
Treatment: Phenobarbital, Accupuncture, Massage, Chiropractic,
Magnetic Therapy, Cold Laser Therapy
Extended Searchable Pedigree
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Syd ABC 34103
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Buttersett Tweed ABC 23910
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Roy ABC 13537
Rose ABC 11364