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    Default Cleo's nighttime routine

    Cleo has this routine that she does every night: she sits up all of a sudden and then starts acting as if there's flies to catch or something! She doesn't go running around the house or anything, just sits up, snaps at the air for a few min and then lays back down as if she's done her duty to protect the house from the invisible flies. Every night.

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    I wonder what THAT is about!!

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    Default Re: Cleo's nighttime routine

    it looks so funny to when they do that

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    Default Re: Cleo's nighttime routine

    Bo has done that a few times too. Its kooky alright. He's had head tremors too a couple of times -- maybe four? -- and like the tremors, I just take his mind off it with a cookie or scratch or something and he stops.

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    Default Re: Cleo's nighttime routine

    We had a lot of flies in our house this summer and Bacon would try to eat them, now they are gone and he will occasionally go after invisible ones

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    Default Re: Cleo's nighttime routine

    Quote Originally Posted by Vicaroo1000 View Post
    Bo has done that a few times too. Its kooky alright. He's had head tremors too a couple of times -- maybe four? -- and like the tremors, I just take his mind off it with a cookie or scratch or something and he stops.
    Oh no! Cleo has had a few head tremors too! It really scares me when that happens but thankfully it has only happened 3 times that I know of.

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    Default Re: Cleo's nighttime routine

    Oliver does that too but no head tremors here. He will ocassionally sit and spin in circles too to itch his bully bootie in the midst of the fly snapping.
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    Default Re: Cleo's nighttime routine

    I don't know ... sounds like you have ghosts in your house ... you know how they can sense these things.

    haha!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vicaroo1000 View Post
    Bo has done that a few times too. Its kooky alright. He's had head tremors too a couple of times -- maybe four? -- and like the tremors, I just take his mind off it with a cookie or scratch or something and he stops.
    yes, it is a type of head tremor.... call her name, make sure she is responsive and give her a treat. the distraction will stop it
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    Isn't that a neuro disorder called fly biting? @ libra926


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    My nephew's Boston Terrier had an eye issue. This condition would caused him to see floaters that were in his eyes, making him think something was flying around and would try to bite it. The vet did surgery and he is all good now. So it could be something other than seizures or tremors.


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