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    Default Re: Fly snapping syndrome

    Ok Luca was doing it a little bit tonight and I caught a few seconds. https://youtu.be/lN-aphHv-8o


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    My husband thinks it’s his ears because he sometimes swipes above his head with his paw and shakes his head. His ears are totally clean but he loves them scratched.

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    Quote Originally Posted by erin1715 View Post
    My husband thinks itís his ears because he sometimes swipes above his head with his paw and shakes his head. His ears are totally clean but he loves them scratched.
    Could be a deep ear infection... did you have vet check?


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    Quote Originally Posted by 2BullyMama View Post
    Could be a deep ear infection... did you have vet check?


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    We did take him to the vet a couple days after this started and she looked in his ears and said they looked fine. Is it possible to have an ear infection and have no symptoms in the outer ear?

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    Quote Originally Posted by erin1715 View Post
    We did take him to the vet a couple days after this started and she looked in his ears and said they looked fine. Is it possible to have an ear infection and have no symptoms in the outer ear?
    Yes it is totally possible and not uncommon at all. I would keep an eye on him and continue to video when these occur it could also be possible it is a type of small seizure but show the video to your your vet and see what their thoughts are.


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