I am struggling to write this update as it was a very difficult decision to make. Oakley was a big oaf who walked into things, got stuck in the most ridiculous places and goof of a foster dog. I only had him one month but from the get go it was evident that Oakley's quirks and life were not of a typical/normal dog. He was becoming more active and doing fairly well when he had a very bad week of seizure activity. The last cluster seizures ended up with him at the dog hospital. When I got him home he was not the same dog I had had prior to the seizures. His medication was once again increased so he basically slept all the time. It was clear that the seizures and medication had taken a toll on his well-being and life. With a lot of thought, discussion amongst vets, other GRRoW members and the surrendering owners, it was decided that his quality of life was not longer there. It was one of the most difficult trips to the vet and I so wanted to turn around but it was what was best for Oakley. We went for a walk and he had a cheeseburger before we went to the vet. I miss him dearly as he touched my heart in so many ways.