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SeizureGuard PLUS

3.5 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(13 customer reviews)

$47.00 $24.99

Seizure Guard can help you to improve your dogs quality of life, strengthen the immune systems. SeizureGuard will also help prevent lasting damage that occurs after an epileptic attack.

Product Description

SeizureGuard rebalances and increases your dog’s immune, neurological,kidney, circulatory, and defensive systems up to optimal performance. As a result your dog will be less likely to experience a seizure, and when a seizure does occur, chances are good that it will last shorter and cause less damage. And perhaps the most critical benefit of SeizureGuard is that, when a seizure does occur, your dog will be able to recover quickly from it. It is in this phase where most permanent damage and life threatening effects occur – when a dog cannot recovery from an epileptic attack. Designed by veterinarians to be used in conjunction with prescribed medication.

While we never want an attack to occur, it is important t know the signs: warning signs of a canine epileptic attack:

Overall body stiffness, circling around, agatated, excessive salivating, loss of consciousness, muscle twitching, tremors, leg shaking, uncontrolled urinating, un expected bowl movement.

There is no cure for dog seizures. Never discontinue medication prescribed by your veterinarian, or replace a prescribed medication with Seizureguard. Seizureguard is a supplement to any medication prescribed by your veterinarian to build up vital systems in the event of an epileptic attack.

Size:

Available in 8 ounce size (3 to 4 month supply)

Usage and Directions:

Sprinkle 2 scoops (approximately 1,250 mgs) per each 1 cup of food (scoop is provided with SkinPlex) for dogs weighing 2 to 175 pounds.

Ingredients

Protease: Protease acts as a catalyst to repair damaged proteins, reduces blood toxins after a canine epileptic attack, rebalances the immune system by modulating protein levels, supports increased blood flow essential after an attack resulting from epilepsy, and speeds tissue and muscle repair.

Amylase: Amylase is one of the best defensives against many diseases including epilepsy in dogs. After an attack, Amylase successfully works in muscle building and improving immune system in order to burn the calories and fight against those chronic diseases. Lastly it has great calming benefits that will help your pet to stop shaking during seizures in dogs.

Chia Powder: Chia is a natural food source for added energy and endurance. High in omega-3 fatty acids Chia will help your dogs circulatory system and heart maintain peak levels needed in epileptic dogs. It also benefits a dog’s joints after an attack, as well as supporting a healthy neurological and brain functions. It has a very high protective antioxidant value and is rich in vitamins, fiber and protein.

Cellulase: Cellulase is particularly helpful because the body is unable to produce it. It promotes healthy liver functions, and helps muscles and tissue to repair themselves quickly after an attack.

Seaweed Kelp: Seaweed Kelp provides so many healing benefits for epileptic dogs and does a great job building up a dog’s immune, neurological, and circulatory systems. Kelp is supports stress reduction which is particularly useful during and after an attack
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Hemicellulase: Hemicellulase does a outstanding job at helping cells establish and maintain optimal sustainability levels. Hemicellulase also plays a vital role in cell tissue repair so vital after epilepsy in dogs. As it has such strong benefits to cell layers, it also helps dog’s joints and muscles maintain pain free movement and flexibility.

Lipase: works in conjunction with protease and amylase to promote a healthy liver and immune system. Normal digestion of dietary fat is accomplished by lipases with the assistance of bile, which is produced by the liver and normally supplied by way of the gallbladder. Incomplete digestion of these fats may cause a fatty acid deficiency which greatly weakens membrane structure in cells throughout the body. Without a daily supply of Lipase a dog prone to seizures may not be able to recover form even mild attacks properly.

Papin: Papin enzymes are used to reduce swelling and fever after an attack. These enzymes are useful as an anti-inflammatory and can also help to alleviate edemas and epilepsy in dogs. Papain also helps to regulate the bowels and helps to clean away dead tissues from the body which is needed to support optimal liver and immune system health. Papin enzymes may also prove beneficial to pets who suffer from hip and joint pain. It can also help boost immune system function.

Milk Thistle: Milk Thistle is a suggested nutrient to administrator after a seizure, as well as to help prevent after effects. It also is good at controlling muscle tremors and shaking. It helps the liver repair itself not only quicker, but more completely. In fact, Milk Thistle is gaining great popularity as a supplement for humans defending against seizures and cancer.

Belladonna: Belladonna has been shown to help to control and decrease muscle spasms, tightness of limbs, and uncontrolled muscle jerking.

Peony: Peony has been used for thousands of years for its pain relieving
and tranquilizing effect on a dogs nerves. It also supports muscle cell repair, and relieves muscle pain after an epileptic attack. ,It also has a purifying effect on the blood. Bromelan. Bromelan has been shown to provide wonderful immune building properties. It also helps blood cells delivery needed oxygen to damaged areas of the body after dog seizures.

Tang-Kuei: Tang-Kuei has been shown to help speed up the recovery of defensive systems as well as help keep the liver at peak performance to guard against dogs seizures.

Zinc Gluconate: Zinc is an essential mineral that is found in every cell in a dogs body. It stimulates activity in over a hundred enzymes and substances in a dogs body. Its best benefit is that it helps maintain a healthy immune system and is needed for wound healing. Zinc is also needed for DNA synthesis.

Maltodextrin: Maltodextrin is a polysaccharide that contains many glucose molecules linked together. During and after a seizure a canine needs to distribute glucose very quickly to damaged areas of the body including muscles and vital organs. Maltodextrin allows glucose to enter the blood stream much more quickly to distribute throughout the body. For dogs with epilepsy this is particularly beneficial to repair damaged muscle and kidney tissue associated with seizures in dogs.

Beta-galactosidase: beta-galactosidase has been shown in studies to reduce the frequency and severity of seizures. It also supports optimal immune and liver health.

Usage and Directions:

Sprinkle 2 scoops (approximately 1,250 mgs) per each 1 cup of food (scoop is provided with SeizureGuard) for dogs weighing 2 to 175 pounds.

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  1. JoAnne M

    Our Lab has not had a seizure in over 6 months. Love SeizureGuard so much. Thanks!

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  2. Aimee hall

    3 out of 5 Shipping

    Can this be shipped to the uk ?

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    • Linda

      What are the ingredients??

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    • [email protected]

      (verified owner)

      Hi the ingredients can be found here and are below https://evolutionpets.com/product/seizureguard-plus-enzymes/

      Ingredients
      Protease: Protease acts as a catalyst to repair damaged proteins, reduces blood toxins after a canine epileptic attack, rebalances the immune system by modulating protein levels, supports increased blood flow essential after an attack resulting from epilepsy, and speeds tissue and muscle repair.

      Amylase: Amylase is one of the best defensives against many diseases including epilepsy in dogs. After an attack, Amylase successfully works in muscle building and improving immune system in order to burn the calories and fight against those chronic diseases. Lastly it has great calming benefits that will help your pet to stop shaking during seizures in dogs.

      Chia Powder: Chia is a natural food source for added energy and endurance. High in omega-3 fatty acids Chia will help your dogs circulatory system and heart maintain peak levels needed in epileptic dogs. It also benefits a dog’s joints after an attack, as well as supporting a healthy neurological and brain functions. It has a very high protective antioxidant value and is rich in vitamins, fiber and protein.

      Cellulase: Cellulase is particularly helpful because the body is unable to produce it. It promotes healthy liver functions, and helps muscles and tissue to repair themselves quickly after an attack.

      Seaweed Kelp: Seaweed Kelp provides so many healing benefits for epileptic dogs and does a great job building up a dog’s immune, neurological, and circulatory systems. Kelp is supports stress reduction which is particularly useful during and after an attack
      .
      Hemicellulase: Hemicellulase does a outstanding job at helping cells establish and maintain optimal sustainability levels. Hemicellulase also plays a vital role in cell tissue repair so vital after epilepsy in dogs. As it has such strong benefits to cell layers, it also helps dog’s joints and muscles maintain pain free movement and flexibility.

      Lipase: works in conjunction with protease and amylase to promote a healthy liver and immune system. Normal digestion of dietary fat is accomplished by lipases with the assistance of bile, which is produced by the liver and normally supplied by way of the gallbladder. Incomplete digestion of these fats may cause a fatty acid deficiency which greatly weakens membrane structure in cells throughout the body. Without a daily supply of Lipase a dog prone to seizures may not be able to recover form even mild attacks properly.

      Papin: Papin enzymes are used to reduce swelling and fever after an attack. These enzymes are useful as an anti-inflammatory and can also help to alleviate edemas and epilepsy in dogs. Papain also helps to regulate the bowels and helps to clean away dead tissues from the body which is needed to support optimal liver and immune system health. Papin enzymes may also prove beneficial to pets who suffer from hip and joint pain. It can also help boost immune system function.

      Milk Thistle: Milk Thistle is a suggested nutrient to administrator after a seizure, as well as to help prevent after effects. It also is good at controlling muscle tremors and shaking. It helps the liver repair itself not only quicker, but more completely. In fact, Milk Thistle is gaining great popularity as a supplement for humans defending against seizures and cancer.

      Belladonna: Belladonna has been shown to help to control and decrease muscle spasms, tightness of limbs, and uncontrolled muscle jerking.

      Peony: Peony has been used for thousands of years for its pain relieving
      and tranquilizing effect on a dogs nerves. It also supports muscle cell repair, and relieves muscle pain after an epileptic attack. ,It also has a purifying effect on the blood. Bromelan. Bromelan has been shown to provide wonderful immune building properties. It also helps blood cells delivery needed oxygen to damaged areas of the body after dog seizures.

      Tang-Kuei: Tang-Kuei has been shown to help speed up the recovery of defensive systems as well as help keep the liver at peak performance to guard against dogs seizures.

      Zinc Gluconate: Zinc is an essential mineral that is found in every cell in a dogs body. It stimulates activity in over a hundred enzymes and substances in a dogs body. Its best benefit is that it helps maintain a healthy immune system and is needed for wound healing. Zinc is also needed for DNA synthesis.

      Maltodextrin: Maltodextrin is a polysaccharide that contains many glucose molecules linked together. During and after a seizure a canine needs to distribute glucose very quickly to damaged areas of the body including muscles and vital organs. Maltodextrin allows glucose to enter the blood stream much more quickly to distribute throughout the body. For dogs with epilepsy this is particularly beneficial to repair damaged muscle and kidney tissue associated with seizures in dogs.

      Beta-galactosidase: beta-galactosidase has been shown in studies to reduce the frequency and severity of seizures. It also supports optimal immune and liver health.

      Usage and Directions:

      Sprinkle 2 scoops (approximately 1,250 mgs) per each 1 cup of food (scoop is provided with SeizureGuard) for dogs weighing 2 to 175 pounds.

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      sorry, we can not ship to UK

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  3. Kathy J

    Question

    Hi there! I have three questions-
    Is it safe to give this to my other dog (who doesn’t have epilepsy) so he can have the extra immune boosting benefits of it as well?
    Is this safe to take with a glucosamine and chondroitin supplement?
    And can a probiotic be used in conjunction with this product or is it effective in that area as well because of the fiber in the chia ingredient?

    Thank you for any info!!

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    • [email protected]

      (verified owner)

      Hi, yes it is safe for other dogs and, in fact has great ingredients for overall immune health. It is safe to take with a glucosamine and chondroitin. And, yes it can be given with a Probiotic!

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  4. Liv

    Question

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    Is this product safe to combine with anti convulsion therapy in a severe seizure patient? Currently on Potassium Bromide, Keppra and phenobarbital

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    • [email protected]

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      Hello, yes it is!

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    • Carolyn Sharpe

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      Is this safe to use with other prescribed seizure medications, phenobarbital and potassium bromide?

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      Hello, yes it is!

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  5. private

    (verified owner)

    My 12 year old Bishon Frise has had seizures almost since we rescued him 9 years ago. We had him on veterinarian prescribed barbituates for a long time but then my vet informed me he was starting to have kidney problems and recommended a series of tests and more medications etc for the kidney problems caused by the seizure meds. That’s when I decided to do some research on alternative treatments . This was about 3 years ago. I have tried many other brands of seizure prevention from drops, powders, CBD infused biscuits etc and ALL of them worked better at reducing seizures than the barbiturates plus his kidneys improved being off the medication but he was still having seizures . This is the last thing I’ve tried. In the 3 months the bottle has lasted, he has only had about 3 seizures which is about 1/2 what he was having before . Also, it is inexpensive, mixes easily in food, and my dog eats it up no issues . Will be purchasing again!

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  6. Linda

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    “We’ve have really good success with this SeizureGuard… Our Weimaraner has not had a seizure in over a year since we started her on Seizureguard. On our vets advice we also give it to our other dog for prevention and it definitely helps. Thanks again …….”

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  7. Tyrod

    (verified owner)

    Great Stuff! Use everyday

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  8. Sandy W.

    (verified owner)

    SeizureGuard has made a big difference for our Dachshund. Once we started him on Seizureguard and Lifespan we noticed an immediate reduction in his drooling which was a sign of an upcoming epileptic attack. We are convinced that these products have helped tremendously in conjunction with his medication prescribed by the veterinarian. One thing we like so much is the fact the these products build up his defensive systems to protect against seizures in dogs, something needed for epileptic dogs. I think Seizureguard and Lifespan are a must for dogs with epilepsy.

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  9. My Best freind

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    I have a very loving rott. And for two years has been having seizures. Done all testing with no answers. I will not put her on meds like phenobarbital etc. these meds do not stop the seizures just make the animals incoherent and non functional at times. No life for my friend she has seizures every 27-28 days right on time every month. She has clusters 5-6 short ones the vet has no answers. So I be tried several natural meds and then I tried seizure Guard plus and Iam on my third jar and having great results. She has not had a seizure for 2 and one half months. I live on a ranch and do my own vet work. Iam very excited about this product. Even though it may not be a cure any and all help and relief l can give my friend I know she appreciates

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  10. Barn and Brad

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    “….SeizureGuard Works Great – Our Labrador has been seizure free since we put him on it and we’re much more at ease when he is alone knowing he’ll be safe from an attack. Best Treatment for Seizures in Dogs. Thanks So Much!….”

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  11. June

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    My 2 year old English Mastiff started having seizures about three months ago. There is nothing like a 180 pound dog having a seizure, loss of bladder control in the living room. Vet wanted to start him on phenobarb,but I wanted to try a more natural way of controlling the problem. My big boy has been taking this supplement for almost a month now, and only one small seizure in that time. He is happy with this mixed in his food twice a day. The seller also sent a gift of Omega Salmon Fish Oil that I started using with all my dogs, they love it added to their food. Just got delivery of three more bottles today. Thanks to Evolution Pets my dog does not need to be on drugs.

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  12. Tom The Dog Trainer

    (verified owner)

    Working great. Highly recommend

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  13. Jason

    (verified owner)

    My 9 year old boston terrier was having seizures once a month and they were getting more and more frequent. I added seizure guard to his meals 1 scoop per meal and he hasn’t had a seizure since! Worth every penny. .

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  14. Lisa

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    SeizureGuard works so good – we now have peace of mind knowing we are doing everything possible for our dog. His seizures have decreased and his mood is so good. Our veterinarian is confident he’ll lead a long life. Thanks so much! …….Sam and Lisa O.”

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    • cathy burnham

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      My dog is on anti seizure medicine. Do I give both together

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      Yes it is safe to give both.

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  15. Sue Robson

    4 out of 5 Excellent product

    Seizure Guard works for my 6 year old mini doxie. She was having seizures about once a week since we rescued her and is now having them only once every 2 1/2 to 3 months. Still not perfect but going in the right direction. I started her on another natural anti seizure product which also helped but not as much as this.

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