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  1. Toxins That Can Cause Seizures in Pets

    It is important to closely follow the instructions of your veterinarian. Some of the medications used to treat seizures and epilepsy. It can t...
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  2. Epilepsy in Pets

    Epilepsy in  Pets
    First, before we take a deep understanding of how epilepsy can affect pets, here are some common terms you will come across in this article ab...
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  3. My vet put my dog on Carprofen.  What does that mean?

    Carprofen is prescribed for treat osteoarthritis in dogs and is also used to provide pain relief after surgery. What is osteoarthritis? Osteoarthrit...
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  4. My vet put my pet on Lovan.  What does that mean?

    My vet put my pet on Lovan.  What does that mean? Lovan is used by veterinarians to reduce anxiety and aggression in dogs and cats. It is the eq...
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  5. My vet put my pet on Vetoryl.  What does that mean?

    Vetoryl is prescribed for dogs that are diagnosed with Cushings syndrome (pituitary-dependent and adrenal dependent hyperandrenocoticsim. What is Cus...
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  6. My vet prescribed Cardisure.  What does that mean?

    Cardisure is prescribed by vets to treat dogs with heart diseases.  Cardisure is used for congestive heart failure (CHF) which can be caused by e...
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  7. My vet prescribed Semintra.  What does that mean?

    Vets may prescribe Semintra to help your cat with hypertension (high blood pressure), or to reduce proteinuria (protein in the urine), particularly in...
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  8. My vet put my pet on Phenomav.  What does that mean?

    Phenomav is prescribed for animals that are diagnosed with neurological conditions like seizures, convulsions, epilepsy or status epilepticus .  ...
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  9. My vet put my dog on Trocoxil. What does that mean?

      Trocoxil is prescribed for dogs that are diagnosed with osteoarthritis. What is osteoarthritis? Sometimes called Degenerative Joint Disease ...
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  10. My vet prescribed Fortekor Plus.  What does that mean?

      Firstly - there are two different medicines, called Fortektor and Fortektor Plus.  These are not the same drug.  If you want informa...
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