Butternut can be a great option for epileptic dogs since it's natural, easy to digest, and free from any nasties - a consistent, high-quality diet alongside a your dog's prescribed medication could help to manage their seizures.
We'll calculate an ideal daily portion of food for your dog based on their weight, age, activity level and body condition, so we'll be able to make sure that they're getting the same amount of food every day with the same nutritional content. This should help keep them stable and healthy, and they'll enjoy what they're eating too.
You may have heard about avoiding rosemary when it comes to epileptic dogs - this is referring to rosemary oil, which is highly concentrated. We do add herbs, including rosemary, to our food for palatability and aroma, but these are in a dried form. We've had it confirmed by our specialist canine nutritionists that the quantity of rosemary in our meals shouldn't pose any risks for your dog or contribute to their seizures at all. If you'd still rather avoid feeding rosemary completely, our Chow Down Chicken recipe doesn't contain any rosemary (just sage), and you can always adjust your dog's meal selection from within your online account