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AST neck problems

Discussion in 'American Staffordshire Terrier' started by Pjerosaky, Apr 3, 2015.

  1. Pjerosaky

    Pjerosaky Puppy

    Hi guys! My dog is having some problems with his neck i think (hope not).. She was jumping, we were just playing a bit and she stopped for a moment and started shaking her head.. Her right ear was moved an inch down, and her left ear was moved up a bit.. Head was tilt for about a minute or two and then back to normal.. She shook her head few times during that period. I just want to know if any of you had this with your dogs and if anyone can tell me what to do.. Sadly I didnt manage to take a photo in that condition.. :/ Cheers from Croatia! :)
     
  2. NobodyHere

    NobodyHere Guest

    Take your dog to the vet?
     
  3. _unoriginal

    _unoriginal Cow Dog Staff Member Super Moderator

    Sounds like she needs to see a vet. Keep us posted!
     
  4. SherryB

    SherryB Little Dog

    Shoot, could have been a buzz from a bee, just an itchy ear (my own ears sometimes suddenly itch), or just being a dog. I've seen dogs do this same thing 100 times... Now I am saying this too so you don't automatically jump to the conclusion that the dog has a brain tumor or something. Certainly consider the advise of others here and take her to the vet--ESPECIALLY if the dog continued to show symptoms.
     
  5. MarieAndNova

    MarieAndNova Puppy

    yes take the dog to the vet, my Chihuahua used to do that and turned out he had an ear infection and the vet gave my ear drops to use on him
     

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