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Treatment of epilepsy Owner Factsheet

If your dog has recently been diagnosed as having epilepsy you may be concerned about the future. Discuss your concerns with your vet - it is important that you fully understand the goals of treatment right from the start.
 

Will my dog get better?

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When should treatment be started?

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What drugs are used for the treatment of epilepsy?

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What does my vet need to take blood tests from my pet?

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When should blood samples be taken?

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What are the side effects of anti-epileptic drugs?

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My dog is not responding to anti-epileptic drugs what now?

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Does my dog need to stay on anti-epileptic drug for life?

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