Canine Epilepsy | What I Do When My Husky Has a Seizure

Hopefully this video can provide you with some information but I cannot say this enough– If you think your dog has had a seizure, CALL YOUR VET! Phoenix …


  1. Just as you thought you couldn't get any more stress.
    Reeler: when your dog has a seizure it looks like they're possessed and you're like who is in my house…
    Me: Thanks for the heads up just got a new puppy.

  2. You pointed out some very helpful things within this video. I work with furry pet parents after they have spent all kinds of money at the vets looking for answers on how to help their furry loved one and they feel all hope is lost. Hopefully this information here might be helpful:

    Seizures are a common symptom of poor digestive, kidney and liver health or one can strike after the body is given a neurotoxin (poison) that reacts to the central nervous system. When the body's digestive, kidney and liver health become poor than the body has to call in some reinforcements to help the kidneys do the most important job – remove the toxins and wastes from the body. So, the endocrine system is brought in to help out. This means that the adrenal glands are often stimulated as well as the thyroid gland and the pituitary gland. When these glands are stimulated, blood flow is increased. The pituitary gland is at the base of the brain in a small boney cap that doesn't give it much room to grow. When the blood flows through, the pituitary gland is increased. It swells and puts pressure on the brain which can cause a seizure. So, the seizure is simply the body adapting to the toxicity and stress that it is under.  

    The standard vet approach suggests managing health conditions with prescription commercial dog foods, multiple medications or surgery, but this does not supply the body with the nutrients necessary and actually puts additional strain on the digestive, kidneys and liver and the body's organs and glands continue to break down. The kidneys then has trouble getting rid of toxins and wastes and further health problems develop.

    The key is to start at the very foundation of health which is a healthy digestive tract, healthy kidneys and healthy liver. Heal these areas and the seizures will disappear. Poor digestive, kidney and liver health are due to poor nutrition, an improper diet and exposure to toxins and medications. The thing to do is NOT focus on the symptoms, but focus instead on improving your dogs digestive, kidney and liver health. This is done with better nutrition which is something your vet unfortunately cannot help you with.

  3. Great video Meeler! I have had 3 epileptic huskies and have gone thru literally hundreds of seizures with them over the last 12 years. I always wanted to do a video about what I have learned over the years, but your video definitely went over all the important things. Great job! Good luck with your doggie.

  4. Thank you for sharing this information with us, we lost our first husky (Sasha) three years ago. It started with a massive event in the morning around 7 am than another at 5, then again at 9 pm, that’s when the vet recommended putting her out of her misery. It was the hardest thing we had to do so we can totally relate to this posting.

  5. I never really thought about making sure I'm prepared for this… just in case. My Husky has never had a seizure, but if it were to happen, I know I would freak out and be completely clueless about what I should do. Thank you for sharing this video! You're such a great dog mom!

  6. I'm so sorry you have to deal with that and that she suffers…maybe research ingredients in vaccines plus I wouldn't do vaccines any more. But that being said, I'm very sad she's having to go through that..I'll pray for her. Great video!

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