Witnessing your pet have a seizure is a terrifying prospect for an owner. Epilepsy in cats is less well known than in dogs, but is still a fairly common neurological problem for our feline friends. There are different types of seizures and types of epilepsy, and its severity and response to treatment can vary.
new study, published in the Journal of Small Animal Practice (JSAP)has revealed that veterinary surgeons only prescribe anti-epileptic drugs (AEDs) after a seizure cluster in 44% of cases, despite International Veterinary Epilepsy Task Force recommendations to the contrary1. The study “Approach to initial management of canine generalized epileptic seizures in primary-care veterinary practices in the … Read more