Levetiracetam uses in dogs and cats.

Levetiracetam (Keppra®) for Dogs and Cats

Overview of Levetiracetam for Canines and Felines

Levetiracetam, also known as Keppra®, is a drug used to treat seizures in dogs and cats. Initially used in conjunction with other seizure drugs, it is now commonly used as a primary means of seizure control. Levetiracetam is often used with phenobarbital when phenobarbital alone does not provide adequate benefits.

Brand Names and Other Names of Levetiracetam

Uses of Levetiracetam for Dogs and Cats

Levetiracetam is used to treat seizure disorders in dogs and cats as either monotherapy (single drug) or combination therapy with other anticonvulsant drugs.

Precautions and Side Effects

How Levetiracetam Is Supplied

Levetiracetam is available in the following formulations:

Dosing Information of Levetiracetam for Dogs and Cats

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