My goat Lu had what looked like a seizure 2 days ago. He was on his side with his body stretched out and muscles tight with his head shaking and eyes rolled back. This lasted for a couple minutes and then stopped. After the incident he was visibly dazed, wobbly when trying to walk, and seemed like he was blind. This lasted for about 20-30 minutes and then the symptoms seemed to go away. This of course happened on a Sunday night so I could not just run him to the vet. I called the Vet Emergency number and was told that he most likely had Goat Polio or Listeriosis. They said to keep a watch on him overnight and set up for me to pick up meds when they opened the next morning. The emergency vet prescribed penicillin and Thiamine to treat him. The vet that was on duty when I picked up the meds said to give him 2 cc of each once a day (Lu weighs 45 lbs), but said that since Lu no longer showed any symptoms other than a slight change in personality (skittish around me and more aggressive around our other goat) that he did not think he had Polio or Listeriosis. He indicated that once they start showing symptoms, they continue until treated or dead! (This vet unlike the other I spoke with was very pompous and difficult to deal with, so not sure I trust his judgment so much!) He agreed that it would not hurt to go ahead and treat him for Listeriosis just in case. I have never given an intramuscular injection before, so I watched a few videos on youtube before I did it, but it did not go as smoothly as the videos! When I gave him the shot, he started yelling horribly, then went quiet and started shaking, then dropped to the ground totally limp and not moving! Needless to say I thought I killed him, he did not move for about a minute, and then gasped really loud and got up but was visibly dazed. I have been checking on him every few hours and he seems normal, eating, drinking, and ramming the cage trying to get to the other goat! I am just not sure if I should continue the treatments based on how traumatic it is for him, and he is not showing any signs of the disease? If I do continue the treatments, should I only be giving him the B1 once a day like the vet said or twice a day like the bottle and online recommendations say? I put another call into our regular vet, but he is out and will most likely not call back until tomorrow! Any help or insight would be appreciated!