This site can help with the diagnosis and management of epilepsy, and also with the differentiation between epilepsy and other forms of seizure. This peer-reviewed information has been provided by leading neurologists in the UK.
Owner compliance is vital in the effective management of epilepsy and it is important that the family of an epileptic pet are informed and committed to treatment. This website also contains separate information areas for the owners of epileptic dogs, including printable factsheets and links to recommended sites where further information can be found.
If you have witnessed your dog having a seizure (convulsion), you will know how frightening it can be. Seizures are not uncommon in dogs, but many dogs have only a single seizure. If your dog has had more than one seizure it may be that he/she is epileptic. Just as in people, there are medications for dogs that control seizures, allowing your dog to live a more normal life.
Owner compliance is vital in the effective management of epilepsy and it is important that the family of an epileptic pet are informed and committed to treatment. This site contains useful information for owners of epileptic dogs, including, information about the condition, printable factsheets, advice on care and links to recommended sites where further information can be found.
The canine epilepsy website is a collaborative project provided by Vetoquinol UK and Vetstream. The website contains impartial information on canine epilepsy for both veterinary surgeons and owners of dogs that have been diagnosed with epilepsy.
This dedicated resource provides veterinary professionals with the latest information on diagnosis and management of epilepsy and contact details for veterinary neurology specialists in the local area.
Want to find out more information on Canine Epilepsy? well don't be afraid to ask. This section of our site can help you find further information and provides literature, both for the veterinary surgeon and pet owner.
We also have a comprehensive list of neurology specialists from around the UK, and details of support groups which pet owners and veterinary surgeons may find of great use.
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