Why do some dogs respond to anti-epilepsy treatments and others don't?
New research from the Royal Veterinary College (RVC) had discovered the following criteria behind a dog's poor response to treatment.
The following dogs are less likely to become seizure-free on anti-epileptic drug treatments:
- dogs that experience more than one seizure a day
- male dogs
- Border Collies and German Shepherds
RVC research sheds light on epilepsy treatments — Why don’t the fits stop?