When Ryan has questions about anything he doesn't know the answer to he googles it. He googled what happened to Coco and found some things that could have happened. Terrifying. After all of this we knew he needed to go to the doctor. I made an appointment for this afternoon. The doctor saw us and asked what happened. We told him the story and he basically told us Coco had a seizure. It's apparently common in dogs and about thirty dogs at our vet's office are on anti-seizure medication. He took some blood and they're running tests and will let us know tomorrow what they find. The doctor told us seizures can be caused from kidney problems or liver problems, but Coco is a very healthy dog and we don't think he has those problems. We were also told that he may always have seizures frequently from now on, or he may never have one again. I'm going to go with never again please!
It was way too much emotional stress first thing in the morning, not to mention terrifying. I love my Coco bear and would be very upset if I lost him when I've only had him 2 & 1/2 years. I'm pretty sure if I ever saw a human seizure I would have a heart attack or something akin, maybe my old anxiety palpitations, but it would not be good. I am exhausted.