While I was cooking Easter dinner last night, I happened to look over at Ace who was snoozing in his crate with the door open. He looked up at me normal, and then after a second or two, his head began to shake. It panicked me a little, because I immediately thought it was a seizure. I called him out from the kennel, which he had no trouble doing. He could still do commands, and he didnt seem upset at all. It was almost as if he didn't even know it was happened. He was just concerned of why I was concerned and making him come out from his nap, lol.
I took the video, turned around to take the gravy off the burner so I could focus on Ace, and by the time I was back around, it was gone. He wasn't shaking and was 100% normal. No reaction, no scared peeing, nothing. He was fine and was getting loved on by my fiance. I sent the video to my breeder, and she told me about idiopathic head tremors, and told me it was common. She invited me to still do research if I wished, but she reassured me it was fine. Unexplained, but nothing to worry about. I did some googling, and felt much relief with this article. https://www.vetneurochesapeake.com/u...-head-tremors/
So, albeit scary, I just wanted to share with others here on DT in case they experience something similar. Between this guys allergies (which i still cant get under control again), low thyroid, and constant health surprises, I am not sure I am ready for kids, lol.