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PostSubject: Can an epileptic male husky still stud?   Can an epileptic male husky still stud? EmptyThu Feb 02, 2012 12:43 pm

I bought a male siberian husky from another person. I pitied the dog coz he was all alone inside a very small cage wherein only 2 chickens can fit. It was horrible. After 2 weeks that my dog, OBAMA, has stayed with me, he suddenly goes into seizure. Vet says he's epileptic. Stupid past owners never said anything to me. They were just after the money.

Question:
My sister has another female husky whom she wants to breed with my male, but thinking of the fact the he has epilepsy, can he still breed when he's on his normal state?
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PostSubject: Re: Can an epileptic male husky still stud?   Can an epileptic male husky still stud? EmptyThu Feb 02, 2012 12:47 pm

No, you wouldn't want to pass that down to his puppies. Epilepsy is common with Huskies as is... there's no reason to create a litter where those chances are even greater. Please, neuter your male Sad

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PostSubject: Re: Can an epileptic male husky still stud?   Can an epileptic male husky still stud? EmptyThu Feb 02, 2012 12:52 pm

okay okay okay. I really pity my dog. He's had 2 attacks tonight. my vet prescribed dilantin and supraneuron one a day for 30 days then prednisolone twice a day for 7 days
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PostSubject: Re: Can an epileptic male husky still stud?   Can an epileptic male husky still stud? EmptyThu Feb 02, 2012 1:30 pm

This is a troll and not a real poster, right? Cuz why would someone 1. want to backyard breed and 2. breed a defective dog? I bet they'll come back and add spam links to their sig...
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PostSubject: Re: Can an epileptic male husky still stud?   Can an epileptic male husky still stud? EmptyThu Feb 02, 2012 1:36 pm

Either a troll, or a really uneducated person who is looking to make some money. The name would say it all. Mafia and Obama, really?
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PostSubject: Re: Can an epileptic male husky still stud?   Can an epileptic male husky still stud? EmptyThu Feb 02, 2012 1:51 pm

In case they are serious - and in case anyone lurking doesn't know how heartbreaking epilepsy in a dog is - please read about this puppy with seizures that was dumped at 5 weeks 2 days after Christmas by either the backyard breeder or horrible new owner:
http://fivesibes.blogspot.com/2012/01/helping-hero.html

While it turned out the source of his seizures wasn't epilepsy, the symptoms and treatments were the same.

If this person is serious, the fivesibes website has their own epi-husky can can provide support and information.
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