Category: "Seizure dogs"

A veterinary neurologist’s clinical approach to epilepsy

A veterinary neurologist’s clinical approach to epilepsy

A 7-year-old male castrated golden retriever presented for seizures which started 4 weeks prior. He had 8 grand mal, tonic-clonic seizures in that time, and had been normal between seizures at home. Complete physical and neurological examinations were unremarkable. A complete blood count (CBC), chemistry analysis, urinalysis, and thyroid level performed 2 weeks prior to […]

Four Symptoms That Indicate Epilepsy in Dogs

Four Symptoms That Indicate Epilepsy in Dogs

Canine epilepsy is a persistent condition characterized by seizures or convulsions, making it crucial for dog owners to recognize the indications and take appropriate measures. The Purple Day of Epilepsy is celebrated to increase awareness about epilepsy and take care of animals who are coping with this disorder. Canine epilepsy is a severe health concern […]

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