Seeing your pet suffer from a seizure can be enough to set you into a frenzy, but maintaining composure is necessary to prevent further complications.
Seizure disorders, or sudden disruptions in the electrical activity of your pet’s brain, are mostly seen in dogs and rarely in cats. The condition is characterised by abnormal movement of the limbs, the jaw, face, and salivation, defecation, abnormal urination and consciousness.
Seizures can result from metabolic disorders, head trauma, low blood sugar, infectious diseases, toxin ingestion, or brain tumours. Apart from these, seizures can also occur as a result of idiopathic epilepsy, a hereditary disorder. Read more from this blog. http://bit.ly/2q2dEHL