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 »

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 »

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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 »

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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 »

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Seizures in older canines are common and likely related to a brain tumor, kidney disease, diabetes or Cushing's disease, according to the experts at Pedigree.com. While often linked to epilepsy, seizures in older dogs ar... More »

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Poison, liver disease, low or high blood sugar, and kidney disease are some common causes that can trigger seizures in dogs, according to WebMD. Anemia, head injury, an electrolyte problem and stroke may also lead to sei... More »

Seizures in older dogs may stem from tumors, diabetes or kidney disease, according to Pedigree. Another possible ailment can be Cushing's disease, a microscopic tumor that is located in the pituitary gland. More »

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