Prescription Seizure & Epilepsy Medicine for Dogs

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Prescription Seizure & Epilepsy Medicine for Dogs

Help dogs with epilepsy and seizure disorders manage their condition with epilepsy & seizure medicine. Chewy carries several types of prescription epilepsy medication and prescription seizure medication for other disorders, as well. These medicines can help prevent or control the frequency of seizures and help manage the symptoms associated with infectious neuropathies.

Epilepsy & seizure meds can only be prescribed by a veterinarian. If your canine suffers from epilepsy or another disease that causes seizures, a prescription seizure treatment can help him live a more comfortable and normal life. Prescription seizure and epilepsy medications come in tablet, chewable tablet, capsule and solution form to make administration convenient and dosing easy.

If you have a puppy who suffers from seizures, your vet may need to prescribe a prescription seizure medication for puppies or prescribe a custom dose of adult dog seizure medicine. Your vet can give you tips on managing disease and explain methods for dealing with seizures when they occur.

You can order many kinds of prescription dog medicine from the online Chewy pet pharmacy. We carry meds for dogs with a variety of ailments, epilepsy & seizure medicine for cats and many other pet medicines, too. Chewy has epilepsy & seizure medicine for dogs of all ages and sizes and everything else you need to keep your best friend well!

Frequently Asked Questions about Prescription Seizure & Epilepsy Medicine for Dogs

How do I get dog epilepsy and seizure medicine prescriptions online at Chewy Pharmacy?

Get dog epilepsy and seizure medicine prescriptions online at Chewy Pharmacy by first visiting your vet for an exam and prescription. Then, go online and add the appropriate prescription product to your cart. At checkout, you will be able to add your pet’s name and vet contact info so Chewy can verify the prescription on your behalf. That’s all you need to do to order your prescription epilepsy and seizure dog medication from Chewy!

What prescription dog epilepsy and seizure medicine is best?

The best prescription epilepsy and seizure medicine is the one your vet recommends for your dog’s condition. Commonly prescribed canine anti-seizure medications include levetiracetam, zonisamide and K-BroVet oral solution. Only your vet can properly diagnose and treat canine illness.

Which dog breeds are predisposed to epilepsy?

Dog breeds that are predisposed to epilepsy include Belgian Tervuren, Shetland sheepdog, beagle, Labrador retriever, golden retriever, keeshond, or vizsla breeds, although many other breeds can be affected as well. Epilepsy is most likely to manifest between 10 months and 3 years of age, but it has been known to show up when dogs are as young as six months or as old as five years.

When should I put my dog on seizure medication?

Put your dog on seizure medication when your vet thinks your dog’s symptoms warrant treatment. The American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine recommends starting anti-seizure medication if there is a mass or lesion in the brain, certain types of brain disease or injury. Medication is usually recommended for seizures longer than five minutes or three or more seizures within a 24-hour-period, two or more seizures within a six-month-period or prolonged, severe, or unusual post-seizure periods. Talk to your vet immediately if your canine has a seizure or something seems wrong.

How do I setup Autoship for my prescription dog epilepsy and seizure medicine?

Set up Autoship for your prescription epilepsy and seizure medicine by selecting Autoship at checkout. Then, choose the frequency of your deliveries. You must have a valid prescription or remaining refills on file with Chewy for Autoship deliveries to occur. If we do not receive a prescription, or if your prescription is expiring soon, one of our team members will reach out to your vet to obtain the necessary information. Once you set up Autoship, you can cancel or change your deliveries any time you want. You will never have to worry about running out of seizure meds for your dog with Autoship from Chewy.