This work takes a close look at the most common neurological disorder diagnosed in dogs. It provides owners with detailed discussions of nervous system function and why seizures occur. It covers related healthcare issues, such as thyroid, bladder, and liver disease. The book discusses traditional medical treatments, as well as various alternative therapies. The book teaches owners methods to help their dogs before, during, and after seizures. They can learn to identify and minimise seizure activity. Perhaps most importantly, "Canine Epilepsy" examines seizure triggers, such as diet, vaccines, and chemicals, and the very clear links to metabolism and brain activity.
Caroline D Levin RN