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Living with an epileptic dog

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UzziInSunshine

UzziInSunshine Report 14 Mar 2013 20:47

talk to me because I am finding it hard

UzziInSunshine

UzziInSunshine Report 14 Mar 2013 20:48

You cope, trust me you cry, you beat shit out of the air , you cry and then you cope

OneFootInTheGrave

OneFootInTheGrave Report 15 Mar 2013 07:38

UzziInSunshine, one of my dogs had mild epilepsy attacks, admittedly they occurred infrequently, my vet was very good and the tablets he prescribed helped to control it.

You probably have a lot of knowledge already about the condition, but I found this article quite interesting.

http://www.nichols-online.co.uk/html/canine_epilepsy_information.html

There is also a Canine Epilepsy Support Group:-

http://www.canineepilepsysupport.co.uk/