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New Reasearch in Canine Epilepsy Treatment

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However, Emma’s life did not last long; she eventually died and many of her supporters and animal volunteers donated so many cash in the hopes of finding clues to a more effective canine epilepsy treatment. The donation money was received by the North Carolina State University, which began a life-changing research for all epileptic dogs, as well as shedding more light on the worst case scenarios of canine epilepsy, ultimately helping out vets and owners.

The study is based from the human version of the condition and the researchers are betting everything to find the cure and the cause of canine epilepsy through constant research in the field of neurology. Their goal is to figure out how it develops, what causes it, and how it can be treated effectively. Today, the canine epilepsy treatment research still continues in the hopes of building a better future for all canine epileptics around the world.

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  1. It’s very simple to find out any topic on net as compared to textbooks, as I found this post at this
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    what are some of the symptoms?

  3. I have been extensively researching this topic for over 12 years and have successfully treated innumerable cases of canine epilepsy with diet changes alone. My Website explains the development and rationale behind my G.A.R.D. (diet), the acronym having two meanings: The Glutamate & Aspartate Restricted Diet and The Gut Absorption Recovery Diet.

    I hope this helps,
    John B. Symes, DVM (aka Dogtor J)

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