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Customer Spotlight: Gracie

Treatibles for seizures

Meet Gracie, our fourth winner of the #MyTreatibles testimonial contest. Life was once quite scary for Gracie and her mom, Joan, as Gracie would randomly experience scary seizures. After finding Treatibles, though, her seizures have almost completely stopped. 

"I would recommend that anyone considering Treatibles, to do it and you won't be sorry," Gracie's mom, Joan says. "I feel like years have been added to my girl's life because of this product."

 

Treatibles: What was life like for you before you found Treatibles?

Joan G.:  Life before Treatibles was horrible and scary.  Never knew when a seizure would come on her and if she would come out of it OK once a seizure started.

TRT: How did you discover Treatibles?

 JG: I came across Treatibles while searching the internet.  I read all the testimonials and the good reviews and decided to try them.  I didn't want to put her on phenobarbital because of the serious side effects associated with it.

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TRT: What surprised you about Treatibles?

JG: After about a month I knew they were working as the seizures literally stopped.  She only gets a seizure now about a day or two after she receives her heartworm medicine.  If it wasn't for that she would be seizure free.  She received her heartworm last night and I am trying something a little different this month with the Treatibles so stay tuned and I'll let you know if it works.

TRT: What would you tell someone that is considering Treatibles for their pet?

JG: I would recommend to anyone who has a dog suffering from seizures to try Treatibles. There is absolutely no change to her personality and most importantly, they are helping.

I would recommend that anyone considering Treatibles, to do it and you won't be sorry. I feel like years have been added to my girls life because of this product.

TRT: Thanks so much for sharing, Joan! And best of luck to you and Gracie. 

 

 

8 comments

By Treatibles Team, on

Hi Bailey’s Mom,

Thanks so much for getting in touch via the Treatibles blog. We have heard several customers who have used our chews with their animals who are experiencing seizures and have reported success. From what we have seen, CBD seems to promote balance in the whole animal in a holistic way. For that reason, we suggest giving them to your pet and seeing how they react.

Also, CBD has no contra-indications, so you can give Bailey Treatibles while on phenobarbitol.

Please let me know how things go and if you have any further questions.

By Treatibles Team, on

Marco, Following up on Stephanie’s response, we wanted to add that we have heard several customers who have used our chews with their animals who are experiencing seizures and have reported success. From what we have seen, CBD seems to promote balance in the whole animal in a holistic way. For that reason, we suggest giving them to your pet and seeing how they react.

Also, we ship to all 50 states. You can also find a retail store in your area carrying Treatibles by going to our store finder:

https://www.treatibles.com/apps/store-locator

Treatibles won’t “drug your dog up!” Give them a try and let us know how it goes.

By Stephanie Akers, on

If your pet has a seizure condition, you should consider a gradual transition to a grain-free diet. Some epilepsies are related to a food allergy. A grain-free Limited Ingredient diet (LID) i.e. salmon & sweet potato (i.e. Natural Balance, Nature’s Variety, even Kirkland’s if you are hard-up on cash & belong to Costco). If it occurs after the heartworm prevention, talk to your vet about an alternative heartworm preventative in a different drug class. Good luck!

By Marco, on

I need help!!! I have a 6 year old English Bulldog and he’s been on pheno, Zenisamide and kepra for about 6 months now we have tried to lower the dosage but every time we do he gets seizures he currently is having them about every 3 weeks. I’m desperate here and need help understanding treatables more! do they help? And do I continue to give him his current dosage of meds while giving him this product? My problem is I can’t find a vet here in AZ that is willing to give me any kind of help when it comes to this kind of product as usual they just want to drug up my dog.

Please help!!!
Thanks

By Baileys Mom, on

My Bailey is currently on phenobarbital twice a day. She has cluster seizures. She has to be brought out of the seizures by my vet or the emergency vet. I would like to try Treatables, can I give them to her while on the phenobarbital?

By Nicole , on

Michelle, did you try these on your dog yet? Did they work? I’m wondering because I have a Greyhound who is on pheno and on Keppra and he’s having cluster seizures now and I’m desperate for something to work. Just wondering if you ever ffigure out the right dosage and if they worked for your dog.

By Michelle, on

I have a 9.5 year old epileptic retriever. He’s been on meds since he was 1.5 years. He’s always had cluster seizures. Because he has them now every two weeks instead of 4-6 they wanted to increase his med which has made him too sedated. We are decreasing the phenobarbital slowly and weaned him off the Zonisamide completely. Still on Kepra and Bromide. Bought the biscuits but am trying to figure out dosage. Did you give Gracie treats every 4 hours or just once a day? I’m praying the treatibles will help our Trooper and we can slowly wean him off all meds if this works. We’ll see.

By Dennis, on

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