Is There Any Natural Support For My Pet Who Has Seizures?

Yes, there are many natural things to help a pet that has seizures…

My previous little dog Pj, started having seizures at 5 years old, which I was told by the vet, is an age where that can start.  After thousand of dollars of tests to see where his seizures stemmed from, nothing was conclusive.  There were no answers of how to help him not have a seizure. Thank goodness his were not often or severe enough to have to be put on drugs, so I sought out natural ways to help him.

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When Pj started having seizures, I was taking him to a vet-chiropractor once a month.  She told me that placing an ice pack between his shoulder blades while in a seizure, sometimes helps a pet come out of the seizure quicker.


A naturalistic vet suggested putting 3 drops of  Bach Flower-Rescue Remedy on his lips when in seizure, and after to help calm him.


Many holistic books suggest rubbing the whole ear inside & out of both ears, with your index finger and thumb, if you notice they might be going into one or during one.

Healing touch, intuitive healing and acupuncture have all been shown to help as well.

FOOD, SUPPLEMENTS (vitamins, minerals & herbs) & HOMEOPATHIC SUPPORT:

These holistic books give many other ways to help such as supplements, homeopathic support & herbs;

The Complete Holistic Dog Book

The Holistic Guide For A Healthy Dog

Healthy Healing An Alternative Healing Reference


About this time, I learned how to do kinesiology testing from my chiropractor.  Definition, if you’ve never heard of this before, “Kinesiology is the science of energy balancing and is grounded in the study of anatomy and physiology.”  It’s basically muscle testing.  It shows the positive or negative effects of something, in combination with you.

For example, I suffered with chronic eczema since I was 3 years old.  Nothing helped me – not prescription creams, years of allergy shots, cortisone pills, iodine baths, etc.  And believe me I tried it all!  I started muscle testing everything I ate, drank, washed my clothing/towels/bedding with or anything I put on my skin.

After 33 years of suffering from chronic eczema, kinesiology testing gave me my answer.  It was milk.  I stopped drinking milk and my eczema disappeared in 1-week!  One week, after suffering so much of my life with it.

So, I tested PJ the same way just to see if anything he was getting, was not good for him.  I found one food he tested so badly on, I never fed him that food again and he never had another seizure.  He lived till 17 years old, and never had another seizure.

I’m not saying that kinesiology can heal seizures or be a cure all, I’m just saying it can help remove things that are making our bodies taxed.

For instructions on doing kinesiology testing;


Make sure to only give purified water and food ONLY in glass bowls or plates.  Some pets have reactions to ceramic paints, metals or plastics.

[Any products & suggestions are all natural, but it is always recommended to check with your vet before using or doing them.


Many holistic sites have been touting the benefits for using CBD oil for pets with epilepsy or seizures (make sure it does NOT contain THC).  Just beware that the products are still very unregulated and doses may increase or decrease per each bottle you buy even from the same seller and of the same product.


Make sure to document the day and time your pet has a seizure, what was going on, was it hot out, after a walk, what they’ve eaten in the last couple of days…any details.  Also, how long the seizure lasted.  How did they act before & after?  Keep your vet updated with this information.


As we all know, seizures can be a serious indication that something is wrong, so seek a vet’s care immediately.  Even if they’ve had one before, if it lasts too long – even minutes, the pet can overheat which is dangerous!  Apply cold water or wet towels between their back legs, neck, paws & head, but it’s crucial that you get them to a vet ASAP!


Make sure to follow this list as well…

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Cindy Richardson/Animal Communicator & Intuitive Healer

Author: chatswithanimals

* I am an animal communicator (telepath) & intuitive healer. I have been blessed with a gift that enables me to communicate with the mind and hearts of animals. I’ve been doing animal communication professionally since the year 2000 and have an established track record of helping animals and their people. * How I received this blessing was from the worst moment in my life. My dog Corke was hit by a car on purpose by a man I was in a relationship with when I was out of town. Why? Because he did not like dogs and was jealous of how much I loved Corke. He left Corke in the cold, dark garage to slowly hemorrage to his death. It was the most painful thing I ever experienced. I couldn’t believe that one’s heart could hurt so much and still survive when I arrived home and had to bury him. I went on a quest to reach him. Our undying love for each other is what actually gave me the biggest blessing I could ever dream of - being able to communicate with animals. And in doing so, I vowed that I would help others be able to share with their beloved pets how much they fill our hearts and our lives. Also, to help people in their grief when they have had a pet pass on. I wanted to free people from the torment I lived until I was able to reach My Little Angel - Corke. * I am mostly clairaudient (hear their voice) and clairsentient (feel their emotions), but I do get clairvoyant (see images) information as well. So just as you and I would talk together, that’s how it is with your pet and me. You get to hear exactly what their response is to what you ask or tell them. * My training in healing touch has turned into the ability to do intuitive healing/energy balancing. I am able to see energy blockages and pain in animals without being in their presence. This healing technique has helped the animals I’ve worked with emotionally and physically. I’ll also recommend natural products that might help with various issues.

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