Triggers of Epilepsy in Dogs?

Answer The exact causes of canine epileptic seizures are not known. Veterinary information and documentation have noted cases where stress, excitement and reactions to vaccines, chemicals and other compou... Read More »

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Visceral Epilepsy in Dogs?

Epilepsy can occur in dogs as well as in humans. Epilepsy is considered to be a state in which the dog has repeated seizures intermittently. Visceral epilepsy is defined as seizures that occur with... Read More »

Diets for Epilepsy in Dogs?

Epilepsy is a condition that causes seizures in both humans and pets. Dogs suffering from epilepsy primarily experience two types of seizures, according to the website "Purely Pets." Partial motor ... Read More »

Secondary Epilepsy in Dogs?

Epilepsy affects many animals, including humans, and always causes the same sets of symptoms and outcomes. The causes are not always exactly the same, however. Canine secondary epilepsy occurs when... Read More »

Epilepsy Sensing Dogs?

Since the late 1980s, when the media reported the case of a woman claiming a dog alerted her before she had seizures, the subject of seizure-alert dogs has garnered both public and scientific atten... Read More »