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    Boxer/Pit mix
    jeffnsuz posted:
    We adopted a boxer/pit mix named Buddy about 9 mos ago. He is just over 2 yrs old. He started with the head tremors a few months ago. We noticed that it comes after a period of time when he doesn't eat as much (the first time my husband & I went out of town & our dog sitter said he didn't eat much). We give him a teasp of greek yogurt morn and night and up foods with taurine around those times. Chicken liver, mackeral all have good content. Go to As long as he is lucid & aware, it probably isn't a seizure. His blood work came back great, but can't afford all the other "tests". So sorry for your loss. There are so many homeless dogs and they need good homes.
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