Can dogs get dizzy?

Young Brian has just spent 20 minutes running in circles. Well, not really running, just rotating on the spot as fast as I could twirl a towel around his feet.

If it had been me I would have fallen over after a minute or two, but he just kept on going. I tried reversing the direction a couple of times, but that didn’t do the trick either.

What gives? Don’t dogs get dizzy?

I think dogs spend their whole lives dizzy. :slight_smile:

maybe not chaseing a towel, but a few brews used to do it for a friend’s hound. or are staggering and dizzy not the same?

bloodshot eyes too. :wink:

I put my cats on the swivel computer chair and spin it for fun. They get off of the chair and start running and bumping into things… :blush:

I want video :laughing: :laughing: :laughing:

They’ve got eustachian (sp?) tubes, therefore they can get dizzy.

[quote=“sandman”]They’ve got eustachian (sp?) tubes, therefore they can get dizzy.[/quote]That’s ears popping, not dizzyness, you silly person. I think you meant vestibules.

Now THERE’S a word you don’t see every day. Vestibules. Vestibules. Vest. I. Bules.