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Sunday, November 10, 2013

Gibson's Epi-Tip #10 and "The Sibe Vibe" K9 Epilepsy Episode with Guest Rick Selwood of The Wally Foundation ~ Canine Epilepsy

Please sure to read our National (K-9) Epilepsy Awareness Month's "Live Gib Strong" campaign kick-off blog post HERE featuring all the happenings this month, including some great giveaways!

On Today's episode of our Dog Works Radio show, "The Sibe Vibe," in conjunction with National Epilepsy Awareness Month, our guest was Rick Selwood of The Wally Foundation ~ Canine Epilepsy (TWF). TWF's mission is: 
"To assist owners of idiopathic epileptic dogs, dog rescue groups and animal shelters to afford medications and treatments related to canine epilepsy. The Wally Foundation will strive to be a resource for canine epilepsy, and support research into more effective treatments and a possible cure in canines and humans alike."

Please listen in to this very informative show as Rick joins my co-host Robert Forto and I in talking about dogs living with Canine Epilepsy, symptoms, medicines, and how The Wally Foundation can help. A very important and informative show for not only parents of Epi-dogs (canine epileptics), but also for any dog parent. Information and education is the key in our Live Gib Strong K-9 Epilepsy Awareness Campaign's message that with some special care and a lot of love, dogs can...and happy, full lives with Canine Epilepsy and/or a seizure disorder. 

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