All cases of epileptic fits should be treated only in consultation with a veterinary surgeon, not only for diagnosis but also so that the animal’s condition can be monitored. Each patient with this condition will have different levels or severity and therefore require individual treatment, which is why it is essential that veterinary advice is sought. Scullcap & Valerian tablets are licensed for the treatment of epilepsy and are usually given in conjunction with orthodox anti-spasmodic drugs. By combining the treatments, veterinary surgeons have found that it is often possible to reduce the quantity of drugs required to control the condition and also therefore the side-effects that are often experienced from epileptic drugs, especially when they are given indefinitely. We have veterinary clinical data on these tablets which can be sent direct to veterinary surgeons on request.
Epilepsy In Pets