Articles with dog symptoms

Dog UTI Subtle Signs: I Always Thought That A UTI Would Scream It’s Presence

Dog UTI Subtle Signs: I Always Thought That A UTI Would Scream It’s Presence

I always thought that a UTI (urinary tract infection) would scream it’s presence loud and clear. The typical symptoms associated with urinary tract infections in dogs include: frequent urination but usually small amounts at the time difficulty urinating potty accidents urine dribbling smelly urine blood in urine painful urination excessive licking of the area That’s what you picture when thinking…

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Misdiagnosed Lameness in a Dog: Cody’s Spinal Cord Diagnosis

Misdiagnosed Lameness in a Dog: Cody’s Spinal Cord Diagnosis

Veterinarians are only human. And even the best veterinarian can misdiagnose your dog. Arriving at the right diagnosis isn’t always easy. What if everything points one way while the problem is something else altogether? Thank you, Dee Bogetti, for sharing Cody’s story. Cody’s mishap Cody was 11 months old. A yellow Lab in training to be my wilderness search and…

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Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency in Dogs: Weight Loss, Brittle Fur, Starving All The Time … Beaner’s Story

Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency in Dogs: Weight Loss, Brittle Fur, Starving All The Time … Beaner’s Story

The pancreas is an essential organ that is involved both in food digestion and metabolism. The two crucial functions it fulfills is the production of digestive enzymes and the production of insulin. Without digestive enzymes present, your dog cannot break down their food and can literally starve to death regardless of the amount of food they consume. Thank you, Angie…

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IMHA in Dogs: Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde—Razzle’s Immune Mediated Hemolytic Anemia

IMHA in Dogs: Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde—Razzle’s Immune Mediated Hemolytic Anemia

Who doesn’t know the story of Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde? How does the story relate to autoimmune disease? What happens during the disease Your dog’s body was designed to maintain health and it has an amazing guard against disease—the immune system. His immune system protects your dog against disease by identifying and killing invaders foreign (infections) and domestic (tumor…

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