Natural Treatment for Common Symptoms of Pet Seizures EaseSure™ is a 100% safe and effective, non-addictive, herbal supplement. Formulated by our team of experts in natural medicine to promote brain and nervous system functioning in dogs and cats, EaseSure™ supports symptoms commonly associated with epilepsy, seizures, or stress-related episodes in pets with overactive nervous systems. EaseSure™ contains a scientifically chosen selection of ingredients known to support soothed nerves and your pet's natural equilibrium. Using a unique, therapeutic blend of passion flower, skullcap, wild oat seed, and ashwagandha in a concentrated liquid formula, EaseSure™ provides support for nervous system health, stability, and brain functioning in dogs and cats. EaseSure™ is vegetarian-friendly, Kosher-certified, and contains no artificial colors, preservatives, or added gluten. Available in liquid tincture form, serving can be adjusted to suit pets of all sizes. It is also easy to administer, as EaseSure™ can be dropped and mixed in water or administered (via squirt or spoon) directly into the back of the mouth. EaseSure™ can be easily and safely paired with PetCalm™, a homeopathic medicine for symptoms of nervousness and anxiety in dogs and cats. To ensure the safety of EaseSure™ and provide the highest quality, most effective product, we use only Premium Whole Herb manufacturing. This process excludes the use of any chemical solvents during extraction and maintains the balance and harmony of the whole herb. All PetAlive® products are manufactured in FDA-registered, cGMP-certified facilities. Symptoms of Pet Seizures Seizures, neurological disorders caused by abnormal electrical disturbances in the brain, or epilepsy, can affect both dogs and cats, and can be extremely frightening to witness for pet owners. When a seizure occurs, neurons in the brain send and receive electrical impulses in the body that interfere with normal brain processes. This can result in your pet experiencing loss of muscle control, confusion, disorientation, paddling their feet, salivating, urinating, or defecating themselves. Seizures can last anywhere from a few minutes to suffering a few episodes within a 24-hour period. There are a number of potential causes of seizures in cats and dogs, including hereditary traits and infections. Stress-induced episodes can be triggered by events such as trips to the vet, changes in routine, new family members introduced to the household, or even thunderstorms. Nervous system health and functioning also plays an important role in supporting systemic harmony and normal electrical balance in dog and cat brains. Other Treatments for Common Symptoms of Pet Seizures Support your pet's brain and nervous system functioning with these tips: Feed your pet high-quality commercial food or a well-balanced, all-natural diet free of additives, preservatives, and colorants. Make sure your pet exercises daily for at least an hour, but avoid over-exercising your pet. Stay calm and confident if your pet experiences a seizure. Monitor the length of time the seizure is occurring; if it lasts for more than five minutes, or three seizures occur in one day, this is an emergency -- get your pet to the vet immediately. If your pet has a seizure, stay away from his or her mouth, as you could be bitten. During a seizure, ensure your pet feels safe, comfortable, and will not be able to hurt itself in any way. During a seizure make sure the room is quiet, dark, and cool: Turn off lights, TV, or music and speak reassuringly. Keep sharp objects out of your pet's way, taking care that he or she will not fall off stairs or furniture.