An 8-year-old neutered male Irish setter was presented for 5 days of lethargy and decreased appetite as well as 2 weeks of strange head movements (intermittent bobbing). The patient was completely aware and responded to owners during the head bobbing episodes, which lasted several minutes. Pancreatitis had been diagnosed 2 months prior via abdominal ultrasound, which also showed a hypoechoic spleen. Blood analysis at that time reportedly revealed elevated alanine aminotransferase (ALT), aspartate aminotransferase (ASP), alkaline phosphatase (ALP), bilirubin, and globulin, but values were not available at the time of presentation. Urinalysis at that time showed trace protein, high bilirubin, and ammonium urate crystals with a specific gravity of 1.045. Patient recovered well from previous pancreatitis with outpatient therapy.