We are starting Shyla on Keppra, an anti-seizure drug, tonight. We will keep watching in case her neurological signs and seizures are "progressing" in a bad direction. If that happens, she'll have a battery of tests to figure out the culprit.
Life is so full of twists and turns. My hope is that this is just a sharp curve in the trail, and that we'll be able to keep the seizures at a minimum. For now, I'm going to act as if nothing has changed (except that she *must* get a pill every 8 hours).
On a technical note, we may occasionally have trouble having someone home to give her one of her scheduled pills (and staying on the schedule is very important). Does anyone know of a timed device that we could use to release a pill pocket for her in her crate at a set time? I know it's a long shot - but I thought that I'd ask. You all are fountains of good information!
We've known Shyla for four years, and she's become part of the fabric of our hearts. I love her like crazy - and I hope that we are given many more years with her!