Table of Contents
- QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
- POPULAR REMEDIES
- Avoid Heartworm Meds and Seizures
- Coconut Oil
- Dietary Changes
- Dietary Changes, Chiropractics
- Feedback Regarding Seizures
- Filtered Water, No Bacon Strip Dog Treats
- Fish Oil
- Get a Tick Panel
- Gluten-Free Diet
- Heartworm Meds and Seizures
- Karo Oil, Pancake Syrup or Honey to Stop Seizure
- Miscellaneous Remedies
- Potassium Bromate, Acupuncture
- Raw Diet
- Remedies Needed
- Sunflower Seeds
- Website Recommendations
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[SIDE EFFECTS] Our male Corgi, from age 4, started having seizures regularly after accidently given two doses of Heartguard on the same day (am & pm). Found out later that Collies are very sensitive to Heartguard. Our Pemb Welsh Corgi was a white and tan. This mixture came about by inc the Collie breed. My vet never said a word about this. Later we ended up having to put our Corgi on Phen Barb and potassium bromide. After starting him on this nasty combo--his seizures all but stopped, but then he came down with Degenerative Myopathy (we tried everything in the book before PB and PB).
[SIDE EFFECTS] My Pug, Peanut, developed grand mal seizures after taking Interceptor heartworm medication. I took her off the medication immediately. She had one small seizure 2 months after coming off Interceptor. She is completely seizure free after being off the medication for the last 3 years. I do not give my dogs any heartworm medication as they are mostly indoor dogs. They have all tested heartworm negative even though I do not use heartworm medications.
In addition, after the seizure scare, I do not update my dogs' vaccinations. The dosages are too toxic. However, my dogs are mostly indoor dogs.