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April 23, 2013

Helping Owners Fight Fits In Dogs

Epilepsy in dogs is fairly common and yet remains poorly understood by a lot of dog owners. Fits can be very distressing for owners to witness and it can be difficult to know what to do for the best. That is why The Veterinary Expert is running a free webinar for pet owners on the 9th May at 7.30pm to make sure that anyone who shares their life with a dog knows the facts about canine epilepsy. Those wanting to watch the online presentation can register at www.fightingfits.com.

Presented by Dr Laurent Garosi, a world renowned veterinary specialist in canine neurology, the webinar will focus on the practical information that pet owners need to know. Covering exactly what to do if a dog has a fit, common causes of epilepsy, treatment options and the long term outlook for a pet with the condition, the webinar is a ‘must see’ for anyone who owns a dog and wants to keep them fighting fit.

After the live online broadcast, a link to the recorded webinar will be sent to all those who have registered, even if they didn’t watch the original showing. This means that other engagements and interruptions needn’t get in the way of pet owners learning this essential information as it will be available to all those who have registered, any time of day, for free. Registration is simple – details can be entered at www.fightingfits.com and an e-mail with a link to the broadcast will be sent.

The Veterinary Expert was developed to offer reliable and easy to understand information for pet owners about health conditions in pets. All webinars and articles are created solely by vets who are specialists in their field, ensuring that everything from The Veterinary Expert can be trusted to be accurate. Visit www.theveterinaryexpert.com to browse all the information on offer from The Veterinary Expert.


About The Veterinary Expert

The Veterinary Expert promotes the well-being and safety of companion animals by educating owners about diseases and conditions that can affect their pets. Providing concise yet authoritative information on more involved medical and surgical issues that can affect pets, information is conveyed in ‘non-technical’ language that doesn’t affect the accuracy of the message. With all resources written by vets, The Veterinary Expert aims to be the most trusted and widely used source of pet information on the internet.

Features of The Veterinary Expert Website:

  • Completely free resource for pet owners
  • Leading veterinary specialists contribute their knowledge to provide an expert viewpoint.
  • The articles deliver interesting, informed educational content in a jargon-free style
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Visit www.theveterinaryexpert.com for more information.