An anticonvulsant that reduces the frequency and severity of seizures and controls epilepsyWhen Primidone is ingested its converted to phenobarbital which is an anticonvulsant It works by decreasing nerve impulses in the nervous system which helps to reduce seizures Generally used for dogs only
Natura Petz Soothed and Serene All Systems Calming, Stress, Epilepsy and Seizure Support for Kittens, 90 Capsules, 300mg Extract Per Capsule
Soothed & Serene - Calming & Stress Support for All Body Systems is used holistically for its calming & nervine effects; to relax the autonomic (sympathetic & parasympathetic), peripheral, somatic and Central Nervous Systems, plus endocrine, cardiovascular, digestive, excretory & respiratory systems; as a mild sedative and alternative to benzodiazepine drugs; for uneasiness, restlessness, excitability, nervous stomach cramps & spasms; for stressful situations such as boarding, grooming, daycare, vet visits, traveling, separation anxiety, visiting guests; for traumatic events including electrical & thunder storms; for seasonal allergies & symptoms of scratching & biting; for stress, sadness, whimpering, trembling, shivering, panting, pacing, depression, grief & lack of concentration; for Feline Immunodeficiency Virus; for epilepsy & as an antispasmodic; for neurological inflammation, peripheral neuropathy & neuralgia.
Epilepsy in dogs results in fits and is due to a defect in the brain itself. In some breeds it can be passed through the generations and can be common, particularly in dog families. Epilepsy tends to start in dogs between one and five years old. Typically epilepsy start several years after the damage has occurred, so it isn't always easy to make a connection between the two separate events. If your pet is suffering from this disease, this book outlines the causes and available treatments options including medications and diet suggestions.
Seizures which can occur in dogs for many reasons can be a frightening ordeal for pet owners When a dog is diagnosed with epilepsy KBroVet can helpKBroVet was developed to provide a reliable source of potassium bromide that can be dispensed in the clinic a convenience for both the client and the veterinarian Potassium bromide has long been recognized as an excellent anticonvulsive for the alleviation of canine seizure disorders and is often considered the first option for dogs with idiopathic epilepsy KBroVet has also been formulated with B vitamins to support healthy neurological functionKBroVet can be used in conjunction with other therapies including Phenobarbital or alone as the sole anticonvulsive Unlike Phenobarbital bromide is not a