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Secondary Epilepsy

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There are many diseases and conditions that can cause a dog to have seizures.  Dogs who have a known cause of their seizures have secondary epilepsy.  It's important to determine if there is an underlying condition that can be treated when a dog begins having seizures.  To learn what tests should be performed please see "Diagnosis". 

This section contains information about some of the more common conditions that can cause seizures in dogs.

 

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