Luna

This is Luna, she is a 3 year old pug. We adopted her because her previous family couldn’t handle her. She has epilepsy and when we got her she was having a seizure every day. Luna’s foster mom found Canna-Pet and put her on it right away, and within a week her seizures slowed down…

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Shelby

Back in May 2015, Shelby was diagnosed with a brain tumor. I was told by her neurologist she had 6 months left to live. Three months into her diagnosis I thought I was going to have to put her down. She was having multiple seizures a day and she was in diapers because she could…

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Louie

Our dog Louie has suffered for years with seizures. He’s also getting old and has a hard time climbing the stairs to our room, where he sleeps. We started giving him Canna-pet and IMMEDIATELY saw a change in him. His seizures went from 2 or 3 per week and severe to once every 3 months…

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Tips for Managing Epilepsy in Dogs

As with humans, dog seizures can occur for a myriad of reasons across an entire range of ages. They are the most common neurological disorder found in dogs. Types of Seizures in Dogs Epileptic seizures can range from mild, barely noticeable “focal” or “partial” seizures to generalized “tonic clonic” or “grand mal” seizures. Focal seizure…

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Can Dogs Get Seizures?

The short answer is yes, they can. Seizures are a common condition for dogs. It’s one of the most frequently reported neurological issues they can suffer from. What Is a Seizure? Essentially, a seizure is a disturbance in normal brain activity, often coupled with uncontrollable muscle spasms, twitching, stiffening, and other physical signs. When a…

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What Causes Seizures in Older Cats?

Just like people, some pets will suffer from seizures throughout their lives. Of household pets, dogs are the most likely to have seizures, as many suffer from Idiopathic Epilepsy. But cats can suffer from seizures too – especially older cats. While Idiopathic Epilepsy is generally a lifelong condition that appears young in dogs and cats…

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What Triggers Seizures in Dogs?

Dog seizures are scary not just for the dog that’s actually experiencing the seizure, but also for you, the owner. This is especially true if you witness your dog having a seizure, which is one of the most frightening experiences you can have as a pet owner. Much of this fear comes from the unknown.…

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Understanding Seizure Symptoms in Dogs

When your dog has a seizure, it’s a scary event. Twitching, rolling around, panting and foaming at the mouth make your dog look like he has been poisoned, or attacked by some invisible force. As a dog owner, you will feel helpless and worried. This is because you may not know that your dog is…

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What to Do If Your Cat is Having a Seizure

Hopefully your beloved cat will be completely healthy for his entire life, but unfortunately, that’s generally not the way life works. At some point, your cat may even experience a seizure, which is scary for both pet and owner. When this occurs, your first reaction might be to panic, but this isn’t helpful for anyone.…

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How to Tell if a Cat is Having a Seizure

Cats are funny. You never know how your cat is going to react to certain things. Moving to a new house might result in him sitting in the bathroom sink in protest for a week and shooting angry glances at you as if you just took away his catnip stash. Adding a new dog to…

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