Sick Dogs


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Bladder Issues in Dogs

Urine pH We can’t really talk about bladder stones without mentioning urine pH. The urine pH that we expect to find in most adult dogs is about...

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Nutrition for Pets with Cancer

Recently, investigations into dietary effects on the survival of pets battling cancer have been made. There are some interesting studies about certain...

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Pancreatitis

The pancreas is a small organ that sits nestled between bowel loops of the upper small intestine. This small, spongy organ is responsible for helping ...

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Bloat

Bloat is one of the most frightening and urgent veterinary emergencies. The anatomy of a deep-chested dog, such as a Great Dane, seems to make it susc...

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How Can You Tell if Your Pet is Sick?

There are subtle indications of sickness that you can learn to watch for, particularly in older dogs and cats. Any change in temperament or activity ...

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Epilepsy in Pets

In 2/3 of the cases of an adult pet that has seizures, there is not an identifiable cause. This leads to a diagnosis of idiopathic epilepsy. Idiopathi...

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Diagnosis: Diabetes

Introduction Diabetes mellitus is a commonly diagnosed endocrine disorder in dogs and cats. There are two types of diabetes mellitus, just like in pe...

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Diarrhea- A Common Complaint of Pet Owners

Because the exact cause of diarrhea is often difficult, the problem is initially treated symptomatically. If the diarrhea doesn’t resolve or if ...

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Ear Infections in Dogs

Ear infections are a common problem in dogs. If your dog is scratching or pawing at his ears and shaking his head, it may be time to visit the vet&rsq...

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