[Read About Natural Seizure Care] I have included all of the requested information below. Due to divorce I am being forced to move out of my house this week. We have a beautiful Catahoula that desperately needs to find a new home because I was not able to find a place to live that would allow me to bring a large dog. She is so very sweet but she is a special needs dog. She is deaf and mostly blind. Due to this condition she does have seizures but they are 100% controlled with an inexpensive medication (phenobarbital). She gets one pill in a treat pocket morning and night and she is fine. She loves to play with people and other animals. She loves everyone and everything. Daisy is content to spend her days outside, romping in an enclosed backyard, and comes in at night to eat and sleep in her crate. She is such a sweet and loving dog. We hate to have to give her up but we have no choice. We have exhausted every other option. If we do not find her a home by this Friday, 6/22, we will be forced to surrender her to the humane society and, due to her needs, she would likely be euthanized. We are happy to make a donation if that would help to rehome her. She is microchipped (this was necessary as she is unable to find her way home if she should manage to get out). We will also provide the crate that she sleeps in, food, medication, bowls, etc. We truly love her and want to see her go to a good home. Please help!