I know this is a way long shot, but thought I would ask anyway.
My 15 year lab Jake has had high BP for a few years. They always do it on the front leg. THis morning they did it on the front and back. The front was 220, too high which is what we have been dealing with for along time now. This is the 2nd time they checked his back leg and it was at 150
The first time last month it was at 170., but his front was at 200.
The vet said in his 30 years he has never seen this. Always only about a 10 point difference and he is extremly perplexed on why such a huge difference as he does not want to increase the meds or add anything because of this.
Anyone have any ideas of what could cause this?
He did give me a big scare this morning. He suddenly started acting wierd, looking disoriented and started shaking, I put my hand on his neck and his heart rate was thru the roof pounding. So I rushed him ot the vet by then it was normal, but he had a ton of gas in his stomach.
Vet thinks he has some kind of mychardia event.