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Behavior Changes in Dogs with Epilepsy

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  • Description:
    In humans, the prevalence of psychiatric disorders is greater in patients with epilepsy than in the general population or people with other chronic diseases. In addition, behavioral interventions have been shown to reduce seizure frequency and improve psychiatric comorbidities in human epilepsy patients.

    In this segment, Dr. Ana Clara Munoz discusses the behavior changes and comorbidities that may be seen in dogs with epilepsy. Her discussion includes how behavior can be a component, trigger, and a form of intervention for these veterinary patients.

    This presentation aired as part of The Canine Epilepsy Summit (also available for viewing On Demand:

    Running time: 28 mins

    FEE:  $28 or FREE for VetVine Premium Membership subscribers
  • Sponsor: North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine, KBroVet / PRN Pharmacal; Purina;, Nobatol / Mizner Bioscience; Boehringer-Ingelheim
  • Presenter(s): Ana Clara Munoz, DVM
  • Fee (Basic Membership): $28