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Is My Dog Dying? She Is 15 Yrs Old. She Is Having Seizures And During These Urine Runs Out Of Her. She Is Lethargic And Hasn't Eaten Much.

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I would take her to the Vet so they could examine her ASAP. I hope everything turns out ok.
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My 12 year old british bulldog has been happy and healthy all his life.  He's within the past year or two seemed older and behaves as such.  However, a little over 4 or 5 months ago we noticed he had some arthritis which has steadily gotten worse.  Within the past 2 weeks he's really gone downhill.  Small seizures (but frequent at least one or 2 a day) and bad appetite and will sometimes fall over after having a drink of water.  He's also behaving strangely and will just stand someone for long stretches of time.  Now he's even breathing weirdly on occasion.  I'm sure he's dying.  He also has little growths in a few places which to me are signs that he has cancer throughout his body.  He probably has a brain tumour in my opinion.  

Having said all that.  He's 12...bulldogs rarely make it beyond that.  What is a vet going to do for him?  I'm so sad.
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Amanda answered
Given her age and what you've described I'd suspect so. My dog had the same symptoms while his kidneys were failing just before he passed away last Christmas. He also lost a lot of weight. Don't blame yourself for your pet's condition and try to do what you can to keep her comfortable. I'll send you positive vibes.
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Our almost 16-year-old miniature poodle died yesterday during the aftermath of a seizure. This was the second seizure we were aware of (the first 10 days ago). A blood test last week ruled out diabetes, kidney failure, hypoglycemia, and hypothyroidism--all of which can cause seizures in old dogs. Our vet suspected the possibility of a brain tumor. In addition to the seizures, our dog had become very difficult to feed--another possible sign of a brain tumor,
Issac Kitchowaski Profile
Well the age of the dog, Not as active anymore, sometimes they avoid you
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My basset is 12 years and out of the blue he can't walk has to be carried out and water brought to him hes loaded with fatty pockets is it time please help
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Lori Howell answered
No, it does not sound as if she is dyeing. However, it is important that you take your dog to the nearest Vet or Animal Clinic to be evaluated. It could be something as simple as them administering medication or something more serious but either way she needs to be diagnosed.
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Ines Bu answered
Your dog can be dying of her age because 1 year of a dogs life is the same as7 years of humans.
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songhee chang answered
This question is a little but hard but I could tell you some details well if your dog is 15 years old it is pretty old so maybe you should go to the vet and ask him/her to check out your dog
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Nobody here can tell you for sure. 15 years is a nice long life, though. Please just get your dog to the vet asap.

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