Yes there are medications to treat your dog for seizures. I'd sure recommend you get your dog to your vet though. This is serious.
A veterinarian friend has done extensive research into epileptic seizures. His primary findings are from diet. I'd also suspect vaccines as contributing. You may want to read up on what this vet says on the diet. And read up on the adverse reactions to vaccines (see below). It is far better to get to the root cause and address that, rather than to merely address the symptoms with medication. The seizures are symptoms of a deeper root cause.
My other small dog is now having seiures also. One thing I eliminated a long time ago was any treats made in China. For some reason my other dog was also having seizures and we noticed that it seemed to be in the same day that we gave him organic chicken strips. For months we watched how he reacted to each new treat and noticed a trend that only on the days when he had a treat made from China did he have a seizure. The problem is that they say they are all organic and I buy them from whole foods, so I assumed they were safe. That dog passed away at 12 years old from kidney failure, so we eventually assumed and so did the vet that the seizures were do to the kidney problems. Tow different breeds now this dog is having seizures. I was feeding wellnes and now am giving the Life's Ubundance that I order online.
I just recently learned that some seizure can be caused by a lack of a certian enzime, but unfortunutely I am not sure which one. My vet did not want to test for this but a friend who had kidney problems suggested I check vitman d levels and sure enough he was very low. Not sure if that contributes, but though I would mention it.
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