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    Default My CKCS + flycatcher syndrome

    Hi it's been a few years since I have been on here, back then I spoke about our puppy Charlie and his Flycatcher Syndrome. Charlie is now 3 years old and he is now on Phenobarbital to help with this, which it has helped some what.
    When I 1st posted about this topic a few members got worried because their own dogs like to snap at flys, so I thought I would add a small video of my Charlie showing you all what he is like.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MAjGR4vNndM

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    I posted on the Youtube video. I hope he gets better, it must be quite annoying for you and Charlie
    Charlie 17/07/03

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    Hi, it can be when he 'goes off on one' but we are all used to his ways now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cookie_monster View Post
    Hi, it can be when he 'goes off on one' but we are all used to his ways now.
    Aaww, well i hope he gets better sooon!
    Charlie 17/07/03

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    That was really interesting to watch. Thank you for posting it.

    Cuddles to Charlie. What a beautiful dog. He is lucky to have you to watch over him.
    Lani
    (a.k.a. Lucky's & Sparky's mom!)

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    Have you had an x-ray done to see if he has CM? The reason I ask is because the visual cortex is at the back of the brain, I'm wondering if his skull may be pressing and giving false visual information.

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