Seizures are the most common neurological condition for dogs. A dog having a grand mal seizure typically falls to its side while the muscles contract erratically. More » Pets & Animals Pets Veterinary Health

When your dog has a seizure, protect yourself from the dog's teeth, move the dog away from dangerous objects, keep objects away from your dog's mouth, observe your dog until the seizure stops and stay calm and speak calm... More » Pets & Animals Pets Dogs

Seizures in dogs can be a result of several causes, including food poisoning, anemia, kidney disease, strokes, head injury, liver disease and electrolyte problems. Dog seizures can also be referred to as epilepsy, and th... More »

According to the Pet Health Network, symptoms of diabetes insipidus manifest in dogs as extreme thirst, diluted urine, frequent urination, seizures, weight loss and disorientation. These symptoms can be mistaken for othe... More » Pets & Animals Pets Veterinary Health

There are many different reasons why dogs have seizures, including eating poison, blood sugar issues, electrolyte issues, kidney or liver disease, head injuries and anemia, according to WebMD. Seizures in dogs can also b... More » Pets & Animals Pets Veterinary Health

If a dog consumes a large amount of a toxic type of chocolate, the result can be a racing heart rate, heart arrhythmia, tremors, seizures or even death. The type and amount consumed determines the dog's reaction. More » Pets & Animals Pets Veterinary Health

Veterinarians often use the prescription medication phenobarbital to treat epileptic seizures in dogs, according to the Merck Veterinary Manual. Other maintenance antiseizure medications include bromide, levetiracetam an... More » Pets & Animals Pets Veterinary Health