Leading a happy life with canine epilepsy14 January 2016
Living with Canine Epilepsy
Epilepsy is a life-long condition, which unfortunately can’t be cured. It can however, in most dogs, be managed really well so that you and your dog can lead a full and happy life together.
Understanding Canine Epilepsy
It is normal to feel frightened or concerned if you experience your dog having a seizure, especially for the first time. Understanding what is happening and what you can do to help your dog can help to make it far less upsetting and can help you to feel in control.
There are a number of practical things you can do to help your dog if they have a seizure. In this section, you can find out what to do, what not to do, what information your vet will need to know and when to call your vet for help.
This site is provided as an information service for veterinary professionals and the owners of dogs concerned about canine epilepsy. Any questions about your dog or canine epilepsy should be directed to your veterinary practice. Further information available from Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG12 8YS, UK.