Seizures (fits) are a manifestation of change of the nerve activity in the forebrain.
Seizures are the conduction of nerve impulses and the way in which they are interpreted in the brain changes, resulting in seizure activity.
Seizuring animals may demonstrate a loss of consciousness, paddling and vocalising (a generalised seizure) or, less frequently, a twitching or repetitive motion of one part of the body (a partial seizure).
If you think your pet is having a seizure, turn off the lights and close the curtains. DO NOT talk to or touch your pet as this can stimulate them and make the seizure last longer. Ensure your pet cannot knock into anything and injure themselves by moving any objects away from them.
Call Grove Lodge Vets on 01903 234866 straightaway for advice.