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Neurology

Survey: Impacts of Epilepsy in Companion Animals

Description:

This survey is designed to collect information from pet owners on their experiences with epilepsy, including the types and frequency of observed seizures, diagnosis of cause, medications used to control seizures, costs of treatment, and a detailed assessment of the animal's quality of life. Information from the survey is expected to support research funding efforts, future clinical activities, knowledge about owner issues in supporting an animal with epilepsy, and suggest ideas for future outreach, education, and research.

Eligibility:

Patient owners who have a dog, cat, or horse with epilepsy will be asked to complete an online survey.

Incentive:

There are no financial benefits for study participation.

Contact:

Julie Osborne at Julie_osborne@ncsu.edu. For additional information, visit Epilepsy Survey Information.

Page last updated September 04, 2013