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My 10 yr old Labrador female (Bulbul) is suffering from epilepsy.

My 10 yr old Labrador female (Bulbul) is suffering from epilepsy. I have noticed fits around one/twice a year. Is there any treatment for epilepsy?? Her vet has recommended phenobarbitone (60mg) for her, but that is just a sedative, and I don't want to keep he sedated all the time. And also, what are the precautions that I should take?
By Neetika Khoda · 29 May 2010 1:28 pm


By bhartan · 29 May 2010 5:19 pm

You might find this web page helpful

http://www.purelypets.com/arti cles/epilepsyarticle.htm

Best of health for your pet.

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By Dinkar Singh · 30 May 2010 9:33 am
I am told at times it can be due to worms also so get she dewormed. The fits generally increase and I think she will not recognise you during that time and also pass stool. Consult a good vet and also take a second opinion too.
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By Neetika Khoda · 30 May 2010 4:35 pm
Thank you so much bhartan, the link was very useful.
@Dinkar Singh,
Her deworming schedule is on time, so I am not sure if that may be the reason. And I have taken her to two vets, both tell me if she doesn't have frequent fits, I should let her be...
I am looking for some alternative, so that I don't have to continually keep on the lookout for the next fit...
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