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    gentledove posted:
    We live on acreage and have a 17 yr old lab mix who got something in her mouth which caused an abscess. The vet placed her on a high initial dose if primor. We took her for an evening walk and noticed her behaving oddly, she was having hallucinations and was jumping away from nothing. We got her home, but she wouldn't come in the house, she bolted in fear. We searched for hours in the night but couldn't find her. We found her the next morning, thankfully! This is a dog who knows it's unsafe to go out at night. The Primor is working and she's still on it without problem at lower dosage. Please watch out for this side effect!!!
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