Yesterday, my Lab, Eddie, may have had a seizure. I was sitting outside in a lawn chair, and he was out with me...(whenever I go outside, he always follows...lol). He was munching on a bit of grass and then walked back into our main yard. Suddenly, he started walking in circles...maybe 2 times, then he staggered forward and collapsed on his side. He started paddling his legs (like he was running) and vomiting. The whole thing maybe lasted 20 seconds, if even that. He seemed a little confused after but that didn't last long and he was 100% normal very shortly after. He didn't seem any the worst for wear...and he hasn't had another episode since. I called my vet last night after it happened and he said to just keep an eye on him to see if it happens again. I took that very much to heart and he hasn't been out of my sight since...he's probably thoroughly sick of my presence at this point...lol He's going into the vet today. However, from what I've heard since then, vets don't normally treat the first one...So I'm not really expecting much from the vet visit. So what I'm really "confused" about is if it really were a seizure? Maybe a year ago, my MIL let my dogs out to the bathroom while I was at work. Eddie was on top of a little hill we have by the house...she told me that he staggered in her direction and fell on his side, rolling down the hill. She assumed he just choked and was unable to breath thereby falling down. She didn't notice any "paddling" because he, literally rolled down the hill. It, of course, scared the crap out of her and me as well when I heard about it, but both of us just wrote it off as he choked on some grass or something and didn't really think anything else about it. I didn't even notify the vet about it. So what I've been thinking about since this happened yesterday is, what if that were a seizure as well? Or what if neither of them were seizures but he just choked both times on some grass? I won't ever know really...unless it happens again...but at least now I know to watch him and look out for it. I don't really know what to think. On both occasions, he was eating grass beforehand, so he COULD have very possibly choked. On the other, we used to have a Golden that had a few seizures in the last days of his life (he had cancer as well). He ultimately died when he had 3 seizures clustered together. Ironically, at the time he died, my vet on was on his way to put him down. And since I saw the seizures that our Golden had, I know what they look like...and what happened to Eddie yesterday looked exactly like that. So I don't know...I'm just going to mention everything to my vet and see what he thinks. But in the meantime, please send some good vibes Eddie's way. I'm sure he'll be fine, but it won't hurt.