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• Give dogs with epilepsy a voice for the first time
• Provides expert advice
• Comprehensive, with all aspects of epilepsy covered
• Includes the latest research and treatments
• Written in an easy-to-understand style
• Includes high quality photos, illustrations and charts
• A vital forum for owners
• Optimistic and full of tips for coping with your dog’s epilepsy
• Contains useful contacts, and where to find further help and information
Epilepsy is a complex, but fairly common disease in dogs, with an estimated 5% affected by the condition. This guide tackles the disease in a holistic way, with expert advice from leading neurological vets running alongside moving case histories and practical tips for coping.
Just like humans, dogs can suffer from epilepsy. It’s often described as an ‘electrical storm’ in the brain, when millions of nerve cells fire together resulting in a seizure. These fits can vary from mild to severe, and can be dangerous for the dog and distressing for the owner to witness. Thankfully, there’s a lot that can be done to help dogs with the disease live a full and happy life.
Whether your dog has just been diagnosed with epilepsy, or has lived with the condition for some time, My Dog has Epilepsy ... but lives life to the full provides the answers to the questions that you’re likely to have about this disease – and shows the way forward.
Packed with practical advice and input from leading neurological vets, this guide is an invaluable companion for owners, with chapters on the different types of seizures; why they happen; the signs to look out for; how to protect your dog from injury during convulsions; the importance of the right diagnosis; treatment options; the role of diet and exercise; and quality of life issues.
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Shows how careful management is vital in helping to cope with canine epilepsy – a potentially dangerous and debilitating condition that can affect most breeds.
Tackles the subject in a holistic and optimistic way, with moving case histories, and emphasising practical solutions.
Excellent illustrations, diagrams, charts, and high quality photographs