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Canine Epilepsy Resources

Epil-K9 provides the following information for your education only. Advice and suggestions found on this site are not meant to replace professional veterinary care. Please consult your veterinarian before changing your dogs medications or diet .

 

Canine Epilepsy:

Feline Epilepsy:

Anti Epilepsy Drugs: (AEDs)

Where to buy AEDs:

A Hands on Method of Shortening or Preventing Seizures:

Problems Associated with Antiepileptic Drugs 

Non Epileptic Seizures ( Also Known as Secondary Epilepsy) Caused by an Underlying Disease. 

 Dr Dodds Forms for Tests (please print both pages)

Conditions that Mimic Canine Epilepsy

Vaccinations

Diet and Nutrition

 Genetics, Breeding Issues and Research Projects Underway

Reports:

Suggested Reading:

What else can I do:?

Living with our Special Dogs

Sample documents and forms to help you provide for your pets in the event of sudden death or accident.

Especially for our Epil-K9 Family

Please note that not all of the dogs on the Memorial pages died of epilepsy. Some died of old age, cancer, heart problems, and some are other family pets.

 Veterinary Information:

Other Links:

Epil-K9 Website Flyer
 
 
 
A down loadable flyer suitable for displaying in veterinary offices & petstores
designed by Epil-K9 Member Chris Alderson .
In memory of all our lost loved ones.

 
Unique visitors since 01/12/2011

 


"CANINE SEIZURES " a threefold pamphlet now available in Adobe Acrobat PDF form please click on the link below. The original printed version was funded by the Dalmatian Club of America Foundation
Canine Seizures Brochure
Get Adobe Acrobat

 

Page last update: 05/24/2014

Fund-Raising Projects for
Anti Epileptic Drug Research
and DNA Epilepsy Research

We are now taking
orders
for the 2015
EPIL-K9 Calendar!

What's Wrong With Gibson?
Children's illustrated story
book about canine epilepsy.
Percentage of proceeds will be
donated to support canine
epilepsy research. Click
graphic above to order!