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Dog seizures bad! Please help

My dog has had seizures for 2 years now ever since he got vaccinations. He is on a lot of meds, and I'm getting. Worried about his liver so I was gonna start cutting back on phenobarbital just by 25 percent. I started this yesterday and today he had a bad focal seizure. I thought I have seen everything with his seizures but today instead of his mouth clenching shut, his mouth was opening so far open violently and he was putting his paw in front of his mouth as if he could feel it. It finally ended after 20 minutes when I administered rectally his prescribed diazepam. He is on. A lot of meds. He is normally having grand mal clusters. Would like to add he has a lot of flatulence and loose stools,easily frightened, as well as skin allergies.. Will wait for reply before I write anymore.
  sydney154 on 2015-05-31
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Please give him Stramonium 30 twice a day for 7 days and see how that affects.

If this doesn't help give Lycopodium 30 in the same way.

1 dose -

1 pill or drop may be given directly in his mouth, else it may be dissolved in some water and few sips may be given.
kadwa 7 years ago
Okay will do. I will get back to you
sydney154 7 years ago
Thank you for your help. No more hallucinations/running around house hiding after giving stramonium. However, he just had a grand mal seizure and so I now looking for your help in combatting his grand mal seizures (while body thrashing, dog was vocal kind of screaming violently). Note: he had a lot of energy yesterday and I wondered if seizures were to come as this is how I can tell. Waiting for your help and thank you!
sydney154 7 years ago
Please give him Cuprum Met 30 twice a day for 3 days and see how that affects over a week.
kadwa 7 years ago

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