can arthritus cause sizures in dogs.

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    no arthritus is painful inflammation and stiffness of the joints which has nothing to do with seizures your dog may be apaleptic .... take your dog to visit the vet if you are worried
    There are several different types of seizures or epilepsy that can affect dogs.

    •Epilepsy is used to describe recurrent or reoccurring seizures that originate from the brain
    •Idiopathic epilepsy describes a form of epilepsy that does not result in brain lesions or damage to the brain
    •Symptomatic epilepsy is used to describe primary epilepsy resulting in structural lesions or damage to the brain’s structure
    •Probably symptomatic epilepsy is used to describe suspected symptomatic epilepsy, where a patient has reoccurring seizures, but where no lesions or brain damage is apparent
    •Cluster seizure describes any situation where an animal has more than one seizure in consecutive 24-hour periods
    •Status epilepticus involves constant seizures, or activity involving brief periods where there is inactivity, but not complete relief from seizure activity.

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