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Feed These 2 Foods And Avoid This One If Your Dog has Seizures

Does your dog suffer from seizures? Did you know that while there can be a number of causes when it comes to seizures, what you are feeding your dog has a big impact. One food group in particular definitely needs to be avoided in any seizure diagnosis. So Today let’s take a look at the types of foods that are best for seizures and the main to avoid. So stay tuned to learn more.

So firstly what are seizures? Seizures or convulsions in your dog, occur when there is a sudden and uncontrolled bursts of electrical activity in the brain. Seizures can vary in duration, intensity, and symptoms and as I said earlier there can be a number of triggers, along with some unknown reasons. Your dog can suffer from a Generalized Seizure that affects their entire brain, a focal seizures that will affect just one area of the brain or Cluster Seizures: Where multiple seizures occur in a short period or close succession, (usually within a 24 hour period). Regardless of the type of seizure, one of the most important underlying factors is inflammation. Watch the video to learn more....

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