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Do Dogs Get Nosebleeds: Bella’s Nasal Cancer

Do Dogs Get Nosebleeds: Bella’s Nasal Cancer

Dogs don’t get nosebleeds as commonly as people do. It would take quite a trauma for a dog’s nose to bleed from within the nose itself. In other words, a nosebleed in a dog is a reason for concern. The potential reasons why your dog’s nose might bleed include: clotting problems foreign bodies severe dental disease fungal infection but most…

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Anorexia in Dogs: Aspen’s Leukemia

Anorexia in Dogs: Aspen’s Leukemia

Loss of appetite in dogs can be a sign of a life-threatening condition. When Aspen lost her appetite, it was the first visible sign of her leukemia. Here is her story. Aspen’s story We didn’t know Aspen was seriously ill.  We had decided to take her to see Dr. B because she didn’t seem to be herself, and she was…

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Spinal Tumor in a Dog: Lupa Cannot Walk

Spinal Tumor in a Dog: Lupa Cannot Walk

If your dog becomes unable to walk, it is one of the scariest things to experience. The problem is usually because of the disruption of communication between the brain and the rest of the body. Sometimes, the dog might have difficulty moving and appear weak, and sometimes they might be unable to walk at all. As it turns out, there…

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