30 Days Has November, So 30 K9 Epilepsy Tips Have We!


My Flashback is of my beloved Gibson featured here in this 30 days of Epi-Tips (one a day consolidated into a slideshow) I created in the hopes that it helps others on their journey with Canine Epilepsy because Epi-dogs like Gibson, can~and do~live happy lives. This idea originally began as a daily tip posted each day for the 30 days of November's Epilepsy Awareness Month, and then I created the slideshow for a Purple Day® Every Day virtual conference one year. I hope if you are new to the Canine Epilepsy journey, know you are not alone, don't be scared (although you will be), and let us help guide you along the way.  Be sure to make your first stop at our #FiveSibes #LiveGibStrong K-9 Epilepsy Online Resource Library right here on this blog! (See menu bar at top of blog!)

So embrace it all, the good and the bad, the scary and the triumphant (because you will experience all of that with a dog that has seizures) and find all the things you and your furry best friend enjoying doing...even if it is just snuggling up together! Love always wins...even when battling the "seizure monster."


💛 Memories Are Visits For the Heart 💛





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Happy Friday! 



  1. I'm so glad you offer so much advise to those in need with their sweet pups.

  2. Wonderful video, those are great tips! Pinned

  3. This is absolutely wonderful! The video is perfect! Gibson and you are such warriors for Epi-Dogs. I'm always amazed at your ever enduring strength. As always, I'm sharing with my dog parents and let's hope that in the near future there won't be any Epi-Dogs, because there will be a simple cure.

  4. I am always happy to share for Gibson and Canine Epilepsy. People do not know enough about it, and the blog privdes an essential service to dog owners so they do not feel alone or feel that no-one understands.

    Marjorie amd Toulouse

  5. Dearest FiveSibesMom,
    Thank you for your meaningful comment on Dido boy's passing.
    Yes, our four–legged babies have a very special sixth sense that humans don't have.
    They can sense things and act accordingly.
    At least they know what to do—Dido made me gain weight and strength when I was only 88 pounds and oh so weak. He motivated me to eat and eat more. So grateful for him!


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