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See the most common dog seizure medicines' side effects, like Phenobarbitol, Potassium Bromide, Clorazepate, Felbamate, Gabapentin (Neurontin),...


Benefits of a Sea Salt Bath

Growing numbers of people are researching therapeutic baths. According to the Saltworks company, bathing in Dead Sea salt may be particularly beneficial because it contains an array of minerals that include potassium, which helps to balance skin moisture; bromides, which reduce muscle pain and stiffness; and sodium, which improves the circulation...

This is Emmett - 2 yrs. He was an owner surrender when his owner could not afford his medical care any longer. He suffers from seizures and has been taking phenobarbital and potassium bromide and has been seizure free. He is neutered and current on vaccinations. G.R.I.N.,OH.


Do you treat your dog with Potassium Bromide for his or her idiopathic epilepsy? Click through to learn more about it, and side effects to watch out for!


after that he was attended by a doctor and the doctor did not see the problem a potassium bromide - Was provided to william by the doctor

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The Secret to Treating Canine and Feline Epilepsy

Potassium bromide is used to prevent seizures in dogs and cats as a sole agent or combined with other antiepileptic drugs. Photo courtesy of Zahori/