Today my husband FINALLY realized that Jessie really DOES have seizures. He didn't really question the diagnosis but he didn't "get it" either. She was walking past the new used recliner husband picked up. She stopped next to it and didn't move for a few seconds. All of a sudden she said "Huh?" and looked around. She somehow managed to catch her big toenail on the bottom of the recliner, ripping it almost off. husband saw it bleeding and saw she had NO reaction to it. She was just not "home" for about 30 seconds after the toenail was torn almost off. Then she was shocked because she had no idea how she hurt her toe. Poor husband came in freaked out after I patched her up. He said she had a "totally blank face that showed no pain or emotion at all" and then, without moving any part of her, she was biting her lip and "frantic with pain". He has not really seen the seizures in action and did not understand how they can really cause problems in our lives. He is so shook up, esp since the neuro wants to "fire" us. Maybe he will stop with the little verbal digs at her for not paying attention or forgetting "everything". Hugs and healing thoughts for Jess would be appreciated. Does anyone know if it is best to take the nail off totally or let nature take it's course and just keep putting antibiotic ointment and bandages on it? by the way, if you cut the vet wrap into long thin strips it is great for holding gauze or a bandaid onto a toe! Jessie has orange vet wrap on the sore toe and just painted the other toes to match, LOL!