Monday, February 13, 2017

International Epilepsy Day


My beloved Gibson Always and forever.


Today is International Epilepsy Day. For us here at the FiveSibes, it is a day to pay tribute to Epi-dogs and Epi-angels, true warrior dogs who inspire(d) us with their love and zest for life as they live with Canine Epilepsy. To read more about this and my inspirational Epi-angel Gibson, please check out my post HERE


For important Canine Epilepsy resources and information, please check out my books at ArcticHouse Publishing (with a link to Amazon.) 


A portion of sales from both books is donated through my #LiveGibStrong campaign to the Canine Epilepsy Resources/Epil-K9 Foundation's "Emma's Seizure Fund" through the North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine Neurology Department.

I also want to remind folks that House Woof Dog Biscuits formulated a special wholesome treat specifically created for the canine epileptic and named "Gibbie Snacks" after my boy. House Woof donates $1 per bag of Gibbie Snacks sold to The Wally Foundation-Canine Epilepsy (TWF). TWF offers possible financial assistance for much-needed Epi-medications to families of dogs diagnosed with idiopathic Canine Epilepsy. Order through HouseWolfDogBiscuits.com!
 
***Adoptable Epi-Husky*** 


Meet handsome "Gaiga"
 
Gaiga is "good with female dogs only. Good with kids and adults. *Not* good with cats. Personality is low energy, very submissive. Gaiga has been neutered, has current vaccines and is on medication for seizures." 
 
Gaiga is currently *at high risk* of euthanasia!



According to RescueMe.org, "Gaiga is very friendly and affection, loves company, 8 years old, taking preventing seizure medication 2x day, loves walks but loves to chill with you. Must move him because of the landlord. Will need to find a foster home tomorrow or a non-kill shelter that has availability until I find him a home. Please help."
 
Gaiga is located in New York
Please contact Maria at: 646-625-9240.

Please remember, Epi-dogs are amazing and have lots of love to give. Being sure go keep them on a strict medication schedule is key. Need info on Canine Epilepsy? Feel free to contact me!
 Won't you consider adopting Gaia? 



 

2 comments:

  1. Thank you for bringing attention to a very important disease. Happy Valentine's Day.

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  2. I love how you fight the evil disease. Happy Valentine's Day from all of us.

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