Articles with seizures

Seizures in Dogs: All From a Tooth Abscess? “Help, Roxy Fell”

Seizures in Dogs: All From a Tooth Abscess? “Help, Roxy Fell”

Even though canine epilepsy is what people think about when they hear about seizures, seizures in dogs can have numerous causes. The potential causes of canine seizures include toxins infections liver or kidney failure too low or too high blood glucose electrolyte abnormalities high blood pressure tumors It is important not to jump to the epilepsy conclusion without ruling all…

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Atypical Seizures in a Dog: Canyon’s Story

Atypical Seizures in a Dog: Canyon’s Story

Atypical seizures describe episodic focal motor events. Canyon’s episodes were nothing if not strange. Thank you, Brook, for sharing Canyon’s story. Canyon’s story Our dogs had their annual check-ups with Dr. B. Canyon was first. He had two years of good titers, so Bianca said we could skip them this year. She then asked us if we have any concerns…

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Canine Seizures Management: How We Handled Alex’s Seizures

Canine Seizures Management: How We Handled Alex’s Seizures

A seizure is an abnormal electrical activity in the brain. Technically, then, a seizure is not a symptom; the resulting convulsions or other related disturbances are. Witnessing your dog having a seizure is terrifying. What can you do to help your dog? Thank you, Lexie Smith from Beagle Daily for sharing Alex’s story. Alex’s story My mom went out and…

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