I was sitting on the couch watching TV, Astrid the Boxer Dog came walking strangely into the room. She was crouched very low on all four legs, almost like how a cat looks when it is hunting something, excelp she was walking wobbly and very low to the ground....
She looked at me and had a deep worry in her eyes, she stopped immediately in front of me, as if seeking comfort. It was evident that something was 'off'.... I asked her if she was okay, and she then moved to the side of the coffee table and kind of collapsed.
It was strange as her four legs just seemed to buckle beneath her. Then all of a sudden her eyes went to a blank stare and her head was bobbing, like a little bobble head doll.
I was not sure what to do, so I spoke gently to her and told her it would be okay, her eyes shifted towards me and she looked so very scared and helpless, my heart melted for her..
Her head only bobbed for a brief few moments, then she seemed 'present' again, her spirit was back in her eyes. I gently started petting her and telling her everything was going to be okay. I just sat with her giving her love, calmly.
After a few minutes, she sprung back to her feet and was flipping around the room as Boxers usually do, it was so strange!
I googled "dog seizure symptoms" and discovered that Astrid the Boxer Dog appears to have had a very mild dog seizure.
The information below is from vcahospitals.com: