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    Help my Dog is screaming in his sleep
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    Aprilmy posted:
    I have a 9 month old French Bulldog male. He has had 3 episodes this month, 7-10 days apart. Its usually 1-4am and he wakes up "Screaming bloody murder"! I mean i thought a crazy person broke into my house and was screaming in my other room!! Painful, fearful screams!!! I jump out of bed and turn on the light and he is lying in vomit and had peed himself . I usually have to wake him as he is just lost in these horrific screams. I called my vet and she said maybe seizures but the screams dont make sense. I have an amazing vet at the local Vet E.R who i am taking him to today. I will let you know how it goes. I too am afraid it may be elongated soft palate or maybe seizures??? It is soo scary and heartbreaking : (
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    candikat responded:
    Did you every find out what your vet said?


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