Responding to a Pet’s Seizure
Your veterinarian may have prescribed seizure disorder medications as part of your pet’s treatment plan. Seizure disorder medications can help to reduce the frequency and severity, but it’s likely your pet may still experience seizure activity. Watching your pet have a seizure is a distressing experience, and it can be hard to know what to do.
Remain calm. If the animal is in a dangerous location, move them to a safe place. Otherwise, don't disturb them during or after the seizure, as this may trigger further seizures. Don’t risk a bite- keep your hands clear of your pet's mouth. Note the length of the episode and any unusual details. Seizures lasting more than five minutes or cluster seizures are emergencies. Seek immediate veterinary attention.
When your pet revives, he may be confused or panicked. Provide a safe, quiet place for him to recover and allow him time to regain his composure. Some animals may prefer to be left alone or will try to hide, while others may enjoy the comfort of your calm voice and touch.
We carry the same trusted brand name quality cat and dog seizures treatment supplies as your veterinarian. We dispense only U.S. FDA/EPA-Approved dog and cat seizure medications. All of our products are backed by our 100% satisfaction guarantee. At your request, our veterinary pharmacist will be happy to provide information and instructions on seizure medicine for dogs or cats. Always consult with your pet’s regular veterinarian before beginning a new medication.
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