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Canine DCM Symptoms: What Would Dilated Cardiomyopathy (DCM) Look Like in Your Dog?

Canine DCM Symptoms: What Would Dilated Cardiomyopathy (DCM) Look Like in Your Dog?

Dilated Cardiomyopathy (DCM) has made it on everyone’s radar lately. The reason is the emerging pattern of increased incidence of the disease both in higher numbers than usually as well as in breeds where you wouldn’t expect so many cases. Moreover, the prime suspect at this time is diet. FDA is investigating whether that is the case and what exactly…

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Is Ingestion of Grapes an Emergency?

Is Ingestion of Grapes an Emergency?

Grape toxicity for dogs is poorly understood in a way that nobody knows why they are toxic to them. There are stories out there of people who insist that they give their dog the odd grape and their dogs are fine. Some dogs seem to handle that with no problems indeed. There are people who jumped or fell from great…

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Sight Loss in a Dog: My Dog Can’t See, But She Isn’t Blind … To Our Love—Cleo’s Story

Sight Loss in a Dog: My Dog Can’t See, But She Isn’t Blind … To Our Love—Cleo’s Story

Most diabetic dogs develop cataracts and go blind. Normally, the lens of the eye absorbs glucose it need from fluids in the eye. Excess glucose in the fluid is converted to other forms. With too much sugar present, these converted forms draw water into the lens, disrupting clarity. Eventually the lens become opaque. More information: Cataracts in Diabetic Dogs Thank…

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