So, Tucker went to the vet Friday for his next round of shots. He has been completely 100% fine since the incident last weekend. We mentioned it to the vet and she felt that it was not a seizure as it didn't really fit the symptoms of traditional dog seizures. Rather, she felt like it was a reaction rather similar to when you stub your toe really good and it hurts so bad you almost don't know what to do. It just took him a minute like it would take us a minute for that feeling to pass. Tucker is growing at an amazing rate and our vet feels that based on his characteristics and physical attributes that he is a pitbull/boxer mix. They are estimating him to be around 40 pounds. Needless to say, this is quite a bit more than we were told he would be as an adult!!! I wish that the adoption folks would have just said, "Hey, we have no idea what kind of puppies these are" rather than telling us he was a chihuahua mix and that he'd be no bigger than 7lbs as an adult. We adopted him because our other dogs are small and we wanted a small dog. 40lbs is not a small dog to us. We love him and we are going to keep him, but we are a little unhappy that we were led to adopt him with things they told us. We think pits are great dogs but would never have willingly adopted one. Our vet encouraged us to take him to both a socialization class and puppy training class (commands) as he is still being timid around strangers and in his breed, fear is the most common cause of aggression. I took some cute pictures yesterday, I'll upload them tomorrow.