How to help dogs with seizures








What to Do if Your Dog or Cat Is Having a Seizure

8/11/2014
02:28 | Author: Jeremy Rodriguez

How to help dogs with seizures
What to Do if Your Dog or Cat Is Having a Seizure

Learn how to take care of your dog or cat if he does have a seizure. In addition, you need to stay calm in order to help your dog or cat safely through the ordeal.

Under these conditions, your pet's brain could become permanently damaged and his life is at risk. Emergency veterinary care should be sought immediay.

Status epilepticus describes a seizure that lasts for a long period of time, usually 30 minutes or longer. If your dog or cat has been having a seizure for more than 5-10 minutes and has not stopped, this is an emergency situation.

Please note: This article has been provided for informational purposes only. If your pet is showing any signs of illness, please consult a veterinarian as quickly as possible.

During this period, there are several things you can do to help.

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What to do when your dog has a seizure. Caring for a dog with

6/10/2014
04:16 | Author: Chloe Allen

How to help dogs with seizures
What to do when your dog has a seizure. Caring for a dog with

Learn what you can do to protect your dog when he has a seizure and other Oh, and I also always call someone - one of the Angels - it just helps keep me.

I wipe her belly and face and head and the pads of her feet with a cool washcloth, but I also make sure that I keep a light beach towel handy as she has gotten chilled on at least one occasion! During the entire cluster, I try to keep a careful log of everything I do and the times I did it, doses, amounts, etc. I make sure that she is getting plenty of air circulating around her as she gets very warm during seizures.

It is easier said than done. Just try. I know. Try to breathe.

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I go back and administer it and then we just sit as quietly as we can, with the lights dim, until the entire episode is over.

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Seizure Assistance Dog - 4 Paws For Ability

4/9/2014
06:24 | Author: Allison King

How to help dogs with seizures
Seizure Assistance Dog - 4 Paws For Ability

There are two types of dogs trained to help with seizure disorders, Seizure Response Dogs and Seizure Alert Dogs. Our training falls into the second category.

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If the dog is able to make the connection between the chemical changes he senses and the occurrence of seizures, he may begin to act in a certain way when these changes begin.

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SEIZURE RESPONSE DOGS - PAWS WITH A CAUSE

2/8/2014
08:52 | Author: Chloe Allen

How to help dogs with seizures
SEIZURE RESPONSE DOGS - PAWS WITH A CAUSE

As a person recovers from a seizure, a PAWS Dog can retrieve medications or food, act as a brace to help them up and provide comfort. PAWS Seizure.

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As a person recovers from a seizure, a PAWS Dog can retrieve medications or food, act as a brace to help them up and provide comfort. PAWS Seizure Response Dogs are custom-trained to assist people who have epilepsy or other seizure disorders with tasks such as activating a life-alert system, finding someone to help, retrieving a phone or stimulating a person during a seizure.

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This behavior is not guaranteed to develop, nor to be consistent if it does develop.

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How to Help a Dog with Seizures - Suite

10/17/2014
12:00 | Author: Jeremy Rodriguez

How to help dogs with seizures
How to Help a Dog with Seizures - Suite

Seizures are quite scary events. When man's best friend suffers from seizures, owners would like to help as much as they can. Following are.

While this is the most standard approach to keep seizure activity under control, there are many things owners can do at home to help their furry friends during a seizure and hopefully help them recovery faster. Most dogs are therefore, put on common prescription medications such as "Phenobarbital" or "Potassium Bromide" or a combination of both.

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Consult with your veterinarian for proper assessment and treatment and follow his/her instructions accordingly. Seizures can be quite scary occurrences, but fortunay in most cases, they can be brought under control.

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