Okay, here's what happened. I came home for lunch to let Tyson & Princess out to potty and to stretch their legs a little - plus it's just a beautiful day outside right now they should go out and enjoy it too. Anyway, I let Tyson out 1st, put him on his running lead they have outside, & came back in to grab a bite to eat. After a little while I decided to switch so I took Princess out & put her on the lead. Instead of putting Tyson on his leash to go back in I just let him loose so he could run to the front door himself - like I said it's such a pretty day & he looked as though he wanted to roamp a bit. Normally they're not off some sort of leash/lead ever but in this case I knew I could keep an eye on him to make sure he went where he was supposed to go & he's usually pretty reliable about that. If he started to go near the road I could still grab him. Anyway, so we get to the front door & he stops before he goes in - like he was going to try to turn & run back into the yard to play. I grabbed his collar (not pulling or anything, just had ahold of it incase he did try to run) & I told him to go on inside. Well he just stood there so I let go of his collar & nudged his rear-end trying to get him inside, all of a sudden leaned up against my leg (seemed like he was trying to sweet talk me into leaving him out) I backed up a bit & he got real stiff & fell over - stiff as a board!! He just layed there for about 5 seconds then he got back up & walked inside, his eyes were still rolling back into his head. He walked down the hall leaning against the wall as he did then he went into the bedroom & layed down. I about panicked - I kept asking if he was okay (like he could really answer me lol) once I saw he wasn't dying I immediatly called the vet---I was ready to load him up and rush him where ever just to make sure he was okay. She said that is was normal for breeds like boxers & dobermans etc to have them & that since it wasn't bad to keep a diary of them for the next 2 months and call back then and we'd discuss it (if they kept happening) - & to naturally bring him in if they did get worse in the meantime. She said there was medicine for it but usually the medicine was worse than the seziures & that we should try to keep him off of it unless it got to the point that he can't live without it (like my mother-in-laws pomeranian. Have any of you had to deal with seziures (esp in boxers)?? Do you have your dog on the medicine & does it help?? Any suggestions on how to handle this - I tell you I was terrified!!