Description: As a recurring seizure disorder, epilepsy occurs when neuron misfiring occurs in the cerebrum of the brain. These seizures can be caused by many other conditions such as diabetes, kidney and liver disorders, anemia, congenital defects, tumors, toxins, hyperthermia, and even certain medications.
Diagnosis: A detailed medical history, neurological exams, and x-rays are required for diagnosis.
Treatment: There is no current cure, however medications can decrease seizure frequencies.

Breeds prone to Epilepsy include: