Watching your dog go through a seizure is a gut wrenching experience – you feel helpless as there is very little you can do to help. The seizure has to run its course. When Rocco collapsed into his first grand mal, my brain went straight to the worst case scenario: poison! After running extensive blood […]
Today is bitter-sweet. As we celebrate a two month seizure free stretch for Rocco, we are also saying goodbye to Tundra, a dear friend and fellow epi-dog. This morning Tundy set out on her journey North of the Rainbow Bridge. She was just under two and fought a brave battle. Her family provided us with […]
November is epilepsy awareness month. As the month is coming to an end, I wanted to share with you what epileptic dogs are like: Many people worry that epilepsy is a death sentence for their dog. It’s not. There are many treatment options available that will allow your dog to live a happy and long […]
Yesterday Rocco had another seizure. Like the previous two, it came on unexpectedly and ended fairly quickly. Rocco spent the rest of the day resting in the cool air on the balcony. Today he woke up happy and energetic, so we set out to our local park to see how autumn is coming along.
After Rocco’s first seizure I panicked. I had no idea what we were facing and how it will affect our boy’s life. The vet tried to answer all our questions as bets as he could, but I still felt alone and lost. I went searching for answers on the internet and that’s how I found […]