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Sunday, November 13, 2016

"The Sibe Vibe" - Talking Canine Epilepsy With Gibson's Lead Vet, Dr. Arnold Rugg




With November being National Epilepsy Awareness Month (#NEAM), on this month's episode of my show "The Sibe Vibe" on Dog Works Radio, I am very excited to be chatting with Dr. Arnold Rugg, Medical Director and Owner of the Kingston Animal Hospital in Kingston, New York. 

Gibson receiving laser therapy from Dr. Rugg

Dr. Rugg is our lead vet who has cared for my family's pets for over three decades. He also headed the team who diagnosed and cared for my Gibson throughout his journey with Canine Epilepsy. 

Gibson with Dr. Rugg
I can't say enough about the love Dr. Rugg and his entire team has shown not only Gibson, but all our FiveSibes. To me, they are part of our extended family. Gibson loved going to the office so much, that when he was able to go for walks, he would lead me right to their back door! And one of the staff even painted a portrait of Gibson on their outbuilding! What an honor!

The show is an hour long and packed with very important information for anyone who is caring for an Epi-dog (epileptic dog) or who is considering adopting one. Please feel free to share the show's link with anyone who wishes to learn more about Canine Epilepsy and seizures in dogs, and may they #LiveGibStrong.




Talking Canine Epilepsy with Arnold Rugg, DVM:



To tune in to other episodes of "The Sibe Vibe" visit HERE.



Read Earlier November 
Canine Epilepsy Posts: 

*Recruitment Call* for Epi-dogs for Clinical Trials at North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine, please visit HERE.

*What Causes Seizures Video* and tips for medicine dosing during time changes, please visit HERE.




 *Please Note* This is not a paid blog post. The following are my affiliate book links through Amazon.com. Please be sure the seller is ArcticHouse Publishing to ensure you have a new, authentic book by me. All opinions and experiences in this post are solely mine to share to hopefully help educate others about living with a dog with Canine Epilepsy. A portion of sales from both books I donate via FiveSibes #LiveGibStrong to Canine Epilepsy Resources/Epil-K9 Foundation's "Emma's Seizure Fund" through the North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine.


 

#LiveGibStrong * #NEAM * #paws4purple
 

25 comments:

  1. Thank you for working so hard on such an important cause.

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  2. Thank you for sharing such important health information!

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  3. Sounds like you have a wonderful vet to care for your FiveSibes! And wow - a portrait on the building, very cool!

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  4. You are amazing. The care and time you put into sharing Gib's story is truly inspiring. Keep it up.

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  5. My parents had an epileptic dog and this would be great info for anyone with one.

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  6. He sounds like a wonderful caring vet. Good reminder it is K9 Epilepsy Awareness Month. Will share. Thinking of Gibson. Hugs XS

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  7. So awesome you have an awesome vet to take of your fur babies! So cool about the portrait too!

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  8. Will bookmark this to come back and listen to the show. Very important to have expert info!

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  9. Definitely going to come back and listen to this. You're fortunate to have such a wonderful vet caring for your animals. Love hearing info from the experts.

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  10. I'm not sure I know anyone who can participate in the study but sounds interesting

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  11. THank you for all and thanks for allowing me to share your pics on my page

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  12. Veterinarians are so amazing and it looks like you have yourself an excellent one! Thank you for sharing this important health care information. You learn something new every day!

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  13. How fortunate you are to have had such an awesome vet for all your dogs! It is clear that Gibson was so special and he made a big impact on a lot of people. Thanks for all you do to help educate people about canine epilepsy!

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  14. had no idea dogs could have this! wow....

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  15. Absolutely so important when you find a vet you can trust and who really knows and loves your furry family members. Dr. Rugg sounds wonderful

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  16. Epilepsy is a hidden illness isn't it? Not one you can speak knowledgeably about unless you do some reading, and in case you have a vet you can trust!

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  17. Very interesting segment on your show, so informative! Thanks for sharing this Dorothy.
    Love & Biscuits,
    Dogs Luv Us and We Luv them

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  18. Dr. Rugg sounds amazing - that's how we feel about our vet for our crew. We've been seeing her for over ten years and I'd be lost without our vet support system. I'm heading over to listen to the podcast while I hop!

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  19. Enhancing our knowledge to help detect and manage canine epilepsy is on our list of 2017 goals! What great timing - thank you!

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  20. I think it's great you have a vet who is so caring. I admire your work on canine epilepsy.

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  21. It is fantastic you have a dedicated vet who takes the time. There are so many vets who don't.

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  22. Plan to return and listen to this at a later date - he sounds like a wonderful, caring vet.

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  23. It's great you have such a dedicated vet that you trust!

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  24. A big aspect of responsible pet parenting is finding the right vet. More power to vets like him that are not just excellent at the work they do but compassionate too at the same time

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