We often get asked if there are effective treatment options for canine epilepsy and seizures in dogs? The answer is that there are some very effective treatments for canine seizures, but they alone will not necessarily cure and stop the attacks. The reason is that there is no cure for dog seizures (for that matter epilepsy in humans as well.)
In fact there are so many various types of seizures in dogs, to include the common ones like partial seizures and Petit Mal Seizure and all of them have various and different origins which the medical community knows little about. This means that some natural remedies may work 100% for some dogs and have little affect on others, simply by nature of there type, or reason behind the dog seizure. Grand Mal Seizures in Dogs are described in this post. To give a bit more perspective some seizures are believed to be genetic, some are caused by environmental factors, and others have undetermined causes. As a result the diagnosis of epilepsy is broad for numerous symptoms of attacks.
Another thing important to remember when dealing with seizures in dogs is to always consult your veterinarian and work wit them in medicine and treatment selections. This is especially true for epilepsy as, in this case natural or homeopathic remedies can work well in conjunction with veterinarian prescribed medicines such a phenobarbital
We have a great all natural product that has been very successful at reducing (sometimes stopping) the frequency and length of dog seizures. It is called SeizureGuard and is a great all natural remedy for seizures in dog. We hope this information helps keep your dog safe!Tweet