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  1. My 4yr old and 9 month old Border Collie just had her first seizure last night and I was looking for some information from those who have experience with this. It seemed to come out of nowhere. It felt like it lasted about two minutes and she just started twitching and falling over to her side and then her legs just went stiff as a board and she was basically lock jaw and salivating everywhere. Once the fit seemed to be over she was still pretty stiff and her eyes were bug eyed and glazed over. She'd lift her head up when I'd say her name but was still out of it. Then she just started coming t
  2. They're actively recruiting cases of uncontrolled idiopathic epileptic dogs to participate in a double-blinded, placebo-controlled study. Contact info in the article if anyone has or knows of a dog that may qualify. https://collegian.com/2018/09/cbd-found-to-reduce-frequency-of-dog-seizures-in-csu-study/
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