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We do appreciate your feedback, and want to hear from you! However, to keep our researchers busy searching for answers to the questions of canine epilepsy and not answering the same questions repeatedly, we ask you to please follow these guidelines.
Questions about diagnosis, treatment, inheritance, and general concerns about epilepsy can often be answered by reading through information already found on this website. Please check the Canine Epilepsy Basics section, and the Discussion Forum. You can use the Search function in the Discussion Forum to find previous exchanges that may answer your question. If not, we encourage you to post your question to the Discussion Forum. This will allow any of our researchers to post a reply, and other visitors to the website may also post a response. Future visitors facing a similar problem with their dog will also be able to benefit from the discussion if it is posted to the Forum.
Comments are always welcome, as are any suggestions you may have for improving this website.
Was there something you found particularly helpful? Did some of the information confuse you, or leave you asking more questions? Were instructions clear, or confusing? Is there something you did not see here that you think we should add to the site?
Feedback from you will help us make this site an even better resource for canine epilepsy information. On the Discussion Forum, we have a section titled "Suggestions for CEN". Please post your comments there - who knows, you may spark a whole new discussion!
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