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    Default Re: Head tremors

    Man I feel for everyone.for me, I'm really glad something told me to read this. So in your experience and opinion did Bentley also have one, I was up watching tv late last night. Bentley was sleeping on the floor peacefully and I looked down, his eyes started fluttering and the top of his head looked like it was rolling waves. At first I wondered if he was dreaming. It freaked me up so I bent down to wake him. He woke up and got comfortable again and seemed fine after that. Personally I'm on a medication for Endrometrosis that has given me high anxiety. I'm not an anxious person. If Bentley does the slightest thing different I freak out right now. I thought I was overreacting.

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    I had a bulldog who had head tremors. They would occur sporadically and we were able to stop them by diverting his attention to a treat. These were not seizures because, again, we could stop the tremors. With a true seizure, this would not occur. Our vet actually saw this once, and he couldn't offer any explanation for the cause. He lived until the age of six, and died from lymphoma. He had these head tremors from about the age of one until he passed away.

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    Default Re: Head tremors

    Quote Originally Posted by RiiSi View Post
    Have you tried vitamin B supplements? Vitamin B's play a big role in the nerve system and deficiency can be the cause of head tremors. I have a friend whose bully's head tremors stopped and have stayed away, since she started giving him vitamin B supplement. B's are water soluble, so there's no risk of over dose eather.
    I personally have no experiences with head tremors, but I have a friend whose EB-girl started to have those. She also was treated with vitamin B (vitamin B 12; I can't remember if it were injections or pills) and the tremors stopped.
    In her individual case the tremors seemed to be caused by a specific diet food (the bullygirl was too heavy and her vet recommended and sold my friend the diet food; after a while the tremors started; the bullygirl got vitamin B and my friend changed food; the tremors stopped; after a while my friend found back the bag with the diet food - many left - and decided to feed it until the bag was empty; the tremors then started again; perhaps the diet food caused the deficiency in this individual case; again she was treated with vitamin B). Today she has no tremors anymore.

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