If you have a dog with seizures you know it’s important to keep track so you can note any changes and manage medications. Pug has seizures but fortunately only 1-2 a year (down from 3-4 a year previously). I normally mark his seizures on the calendar so I can make sure they’re not increasing in frequency. I also like to give my vet the dates of his seizures so they can have it in their records.
I’ve been meaning to create a dedicated log to keep the records all in one place and I finally sat down and made one. I created one to fit in my planner but while I was at it I decided to go ahead and make a full range of sizes. The full size 8.5×11 log has spaces for recording: date, time, length, severity and pre and post seizure behaviors. For the smaller, planner sized logs, I condensed the last two sections into just one notes column to save space.
Below is a picture of mine in my planner. Naturally since I was going to photograph this for the blog, I immediately made a mistake on the first line.
I hope some of you that have epileptic pets find this useful. Links to printable PDF files of all the sizes are below!