Addison’s disease in dogs, also known as hypoadrenocorticism, is a condition that can have catastrophic repercussions for dogs, yet with adequate treatment, dogs with Addison’s disease can expect to live normal lives.
An episode of diarrhea is one of the few things that will rapidly send an animal to the doctor. It is something that most small animal veterinarians see on a regular basis.
Have you done a blood test for your dog recently? Did those tests show high liver enzymes? If so, you need to understand what that means and how it can affect your dog’s health.
You may need to know the symptoms of kidney failure in dogs, to be able to treat your dog as soon as possible.
Renal failure, often known as kidney failure, is caused by a variety of disorders that affect the kidneys and surrounding organs.
A tick bite, aside from the apparent “yucky” component, can transfer infections, induce anemia or infection, and even cause “tick paralysis” in dogs, which is an uncommon but deadly condition.
Dog constipation occurs when a dog is unable to generate normal feces on a regular basis, which is usually once or twice per day for a dog. Constipated dogs will not “go” at all, will strain to defecate, and will generate rock-hard feces.
Diabetes in dogs is a chronic illness that may affect both dogs and cats, as well as other animals (such as apes, pigs, and horses). Although diabetes cannot be cured, it may be effectively controlled.
What fruits can dogs eat? You probably want to share your fruit snack with your furry friend sometimes. However, not all fruits are safe for dogs to eat unfortunately.
Hookworms in dog are similar to tapeworms and roundworms. They are intestinal parasites that grow in your dog’s digestive tract.
Heart disease in dogs is a catchall term that can refer to a variety of conditions. It affects your dog’s heart or blood vessels.