I can't provide any help as no experience of this at all gypsy. However I can wish you & Brackern good luck in finding a solution to a possible trigger which can help you manage his epilepsy & quality of life.
I can only imagine what you are going through as I know what I would feel if it was happening to one of my cats but perhaps is doubly worse for you as you have the training/expertise to know what is really occurring an advantage or a curse?
I like the way your other 2 dogs sensibly leave him to fit, albeit concerned, & then try to reassure him once its over.
Happy days with Roman, Osiris & Lexie (remembering Chloe & Penny)
Yes, our little collie cross had at least two fits. We suspect she had more but we only ever witnessed two - they were terrifying so you definitely have my sympathy gypsy. Poor Brackern. I'm afraid I can't really help any more than offering sympathy though. Patch was never fully diagnosed with epilepsy. We took her to the vet after her first fit - which was the biggest one - and they examined her but didn't do any scans or anything like that. They simply said that it could be epilepsy or it could be a one off. It was a long time before she had her second fit, and this one was on a walk and nowhere near as severe as the first. I don't believe she was ever given any medication for it - if I remember rightly, the vets said that they didn't want to treat her for epilepsy in case it wasn't that. Thinking back now, we probably should have insisted on more tests or something but because she'd seemed fine once she came out of the fit, we trusted the vets. The only thing we could put it down to was her having fallen down the stairs at my friend's house once - that was, in hindsight, our fault. We shouldn't have let her climb the stairs as they were too steep for her but we hadn't thought anything of it.