• Hello! I am just a bit concerned only because I have never seen my dog do this before. She is a bulldog mix half American half English. She just had her 1 year exam last Friday at Banfield and received some shots and I’m wondering if it’s side effects from those ? Also, last night I just changed her food from puppy iams to bulldog adult breed iams but I mixed them together so far so not sure if it’s from that either but I woke up I’m the middle of the night to her shaking her head over and over for like 2 minutes and I just want to make sure she is ok because it scared me. Thank you for your time

    Hi Paul,
    If the head shaking reoccurs, I recommend that you take her into see a veterinarian. Head shaking is usually secondary to something going on with or in the ears. This can be from inflammation or infection of the ears or ear canals. There can be other rarer and more severe causes for this so if it continues it is best to have her examined. Your vet can talk to you more about the cause of her symptoms and the treatment she needs after they have examined her.


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