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This will help us to help you more quickly. When you write, please include your dog's breed, weight, age, and any medications he or she may be taking. Canine Epilepsy Causes and Treatments of Seizures-An Overview * Emergency Care* for Seizures Coping with the Stress of Canine Seizures Success Stories "If I Knew Then What I Know Now" Frequently Asked Questions Types of Seizures Cluster Seizures Non-Profit Diagnostics Generalized Tonic Clonic (Grand Mal) Home Treatment with Rectal Diazepam Instructions and Price List of Lab testing Partial or Focal Seizures (Petite Mal) Home Treatment with Rectal and Oral Valium/Diazepam Information form to submit with blood sample Psychomotor Seizures Status and Emergency Situations Home Treatment Success Stories Urine Bile Acid Testing Seizure Medication (PB) Seizure Medication (KBr) Other Seizure Medication Phenobarbital (PB) Potassium Bromide (KBr) Keppra Reducing Phenobarbital Dosages Potassium Bromide - Used Alone and as an Adjunct to Phenobarbital Felbamate Reducing the Risk of Liver Disease Potassium Bromide Success Stories Primidone Liver Cleansing Diet and Milk Thistle Discount Canine Pharmacies Gabapentin Urine Bile Acid Testing Other Medications Diseases/Disorders that can cause Seizures Hypothyroidism (Low Thyroid Function) Vaccinations/Seizures Distemper Connection Between Low Thyroid and Seizures Changing Vaccine Protocols Hydrocephalus Clinical Signs of Canine Hypothyroidism ABC News Article - "Vexed Over Vaccination" Hypoglycemia Behavioral Changes Associated with Thyroid Vaccine Antibody Titers - Antech News November 2000 issue Lead Poisoning Thyroid Can Alter Behavior Take the Titer Test Porto Systemic Shunts Autoimmune Thyroid Disease Houston Chronicle article - "Pets don't need shots every year" Tick Borne Diseases The Immune System and Disease Resistance Substances that can cause seizures Canine Thyroid Disease - Antech News November 1998 Diseases/Disorders that can mimic Seizures Narcolepsy REM Behavior Disorder Vestibular Diseases Before a Seizure During a Seizure After a Seizure How To Prepare For A Seizure What To Do During A Seizure What To Do After A Seizure Keeping a Seizure and Medication Record Seizure and Medication Record Behavioral Changes Identify Potential Seizure Triggers Ice Pack To Stop Seizures Ice Cream After a Seizure Nutrition Canine Seizures Information Articles Healthy Adult Diet About Treating Canine Epilepsy Liver Disease: Signs, Symptoms, and Diagnosis Diet for Weight Loss Ataxia Antech News on Anti-convulsant Therapy Liver Cleansing Diet and Milk Thistle Vaccinations, Secondary Reactions to Vaccinations and Titers Ethoxyquin and Other Anti-Oxidants Supplements For Home Cooked Diet Diet and Nutrition Adverse Effects of Essential Oils and Herbs Oatmeal Muffins Helpful Supplements for Epileptic Dogs What's Really in Pet Food - API Report Gelatin Toxicology of BHA, BHT and Ethoxyquin in dog food Milk Thistle - Whole Dog Journal Helpful Information Phenobarbital Dosing and Precautions Monitoring Liver Enzymes to Prevent Liver Failure Pancreatitis Confused About Phenobarbital Dosing Measurements? Nighttime Agitation Possible Causes of Seizures by Age Choosing a Veterinarian Glossary and Terminology Understanding Laboratory Results How To Talk To Your Vet Discount Canine Pharmacies Conversion Table from Pounds to Kilograms Seasonal Tips Rescue Remedy Melatonin Nutritional Approaches for a Healthy Immune System What to Expect when Adopting an Epileptic Dog Educational Flyer For personal responses to your questions on canine epilepsy, after you have read what you are interested in, and the frequently asked questions page, click on the angel to send an. Please go through the Table Of Contents first and check our website for the answers to your questions as there is a wealth of information here.
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