In December 2012 and January 2013, Vegas was having facial seizures every hour on the hour. 24 in a day! It was exhausting. He would cry because it was pissing him off. We ended up getting him this awesome treat ball that he still uses to this day. It's call the everlasting fun ball. It's green (not the blue) and very durable. To this day he still has focal facial seizures a couple times a week. Sometimes he will have multiple a night.
It makes me sad that they instructed you to put her down if she continues to have seizures. If she is on potassium bromide....that can take 6 weeks to regulate in the system. It's one of the most common and most used seizure meds used in dogs (besides phenobarbital)
Before you make the final decision...please please please seek out a neurologist. I've been living with this every single day for the last 7 1/2 years. I've made many friends thru the internet/EBN/facebook/bulldogs with seizures/Special Needs Bulldogs............ that have lost their bulldogs to this horrible disease.
I have a friend by the name of Frank Bumgarner. His little girl Xena has epilepsy. When she was first diagnosed....she was having them daily. Several a day. It was so overwhelming, but now? She is doing great. She often goes several months between seizures. Same with Vegas. He was just a baby when he started having them. We would have 5 to 6 a day. It was very upsetting....but we finally have it under control. Or at least better control.
Don't give up just yet. You will know when it's time because she will let you know when it's time. Right now she is eating and begging for food. Usually when cancer hits, tumors......they aren't hungry or playful. In my opinion, you have plenty of time to love on her.
I'm here and on FB if you ever want to talk a little more.
How is sweet Boka?