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 What are the treatments for dog seizures?

Answer Seizures in dogs are frightening. If your veterinarian has diagnosed your dog with epilepsy or seizures, your veterinarian will wish to treat your dog with medication to prevent seizures from occur... Read More »
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Why is my dog having seizures?

Seizures in dogs are frightening to watch. Dogs who have seizures can have different types such as petit mal or grand mal that run from a small tic to terrible convulsions. There are several potent... Read More »
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If a dog is having seizures what should I do?

Seizures are scary and sometimes unpredictable. Seizures in dogs can be caused by a number of different factors, such as epilepsy, canine distemper, genetics, brain tumor, head injury, environmenta... Read More »
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ADA & Seizures?

One of the major rationales for the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was to prevent lack of knowledge, stereotypes and unfounded fears from restricting the lives of individuals ... Read More »
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Why does my dog have seizures?

Dogs, just like humans, can experience seizure episodes. Typically, a seizure may last 45 seconds to three minutes, and may cause a dog to have sensory or muscular dysfunctions, begin whining or ev... Read More »
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