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Common Dog Conditions

Photo of a Chihuahua dog running in a grass field and panting, to illustrate the signs of collapsing trachea in dogs

Collapsing Trachea in Dogs

Coughing and shortness of breath are some of the uncomfortable symptoms related to collapsing trachea in dogs.

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Photo of a Jack Russell Terrier looking dog with brown markings and yellow eyes being cared by a vet to detect possible pannus in dogs

Pannus in Dogs: Understanding this Canine Eye Condition

Pannus in dogs, also known as chronic superficial keratitis (CSK), is an eye condition that can lead to vision impairment if left untreated.

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Photo of a small furry dog laying down to illustrate an article about dog and cat arthritis.

Dealing With Dog and Cat Arthritis

Before we talk about dog and cat arthritis, we need to talk about your little one’s articulation.

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Image of a white dog at the vet to illustrate an article about heartworm in dogs.

Heartworm in Dogs

Heartworm in dogs is a serious and potentially fatal disease caused by foot-long worms that can live inside your pet’s heart, lungs, and associated blood vessels.

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Bad dog breath can be a sign of severe conditions

Bad dog breath, also known as halitosis, is one of the most common problems in the animal world.

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Photo of a small furry dog, like a Pomeranian, with the tongue sticking out, like he is gagging, to illustrate acid reflux in dogs.

What is Acid Reflux in dogs?

Acid reflux in dogs is defined as the uncontrollable reverse flow of gastric or intestinal fluids into the esophagus.

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Photo of a small chihuahua dog looking sick to represent gallstones in dogs and cats

Gallstones in dogs and cats

Gallstones in dogs and cats can be found in the cystic duct, intrahepatic bile ducts and gallbladder.

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Hypothyroidism in Dogs: Causes, Symptoms, Treatment and Support

Hypothyroidism in Dogs: Causes, Symptoms, Treatment and Support

Hypothyroidism in dogs refers to an underactive thyroid gland in your pet.

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Basset hound dog laying on the floor snuggled up to a tabby cat

Vasculitis in Dogs and Cats

Vasculitis is an uncommon disorder that can occur anywhere in the body of cats and dogs.

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photo of a black and white dog with ringworm infection on the face. ringworm on dogs.

What is Ringworm in Dogs and Ringworm in Cats

Ringworm is the common name for a fungal infection that affects superficial layers of hair, skin, and nails.

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Cat rubbing against a dog sitting in a field of green grass. Liver failure in dogs and cats.

Liver Failure in Dogs and Cats

Acute liver failure in dogs and cats is the loss of liver function that occurs rapidly (in days or weeks).

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dog and cat with kidney disease

What to Know if Your Dog or Cat has Chronic Kidney Disease

Chronic kidney disease or chronic renal failure is kidney dysfunction lasting longer than 3 months.

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dog with otitis in blanket

All About Otitis in Dogs and Cats

Otitis is inflammation of the ear. Since it can occur in multiple areas of the ear, it’s usually distinguished as otitis externa (of the passage of the outer ear), otitis media (of the middle ear), and otitis interna (of the inner ear; labyrinthitis).

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Dog with diet for signs of food allergies

Causes, Care, and Signs for Food Allergies in Dogs and Cats

A food allergy is a reaction to a specific food by the body’s immune system.

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Dog that suffers from seizures laying down

Supporting Dogs and Cats with Seizures

Seizures in pets, also called convulsions or fits, are sudden neurologic events that cause changes in consciousness and involuntary movement.

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cat and dog with pancreatitis

What to Know if Your Dog or Cat has Pancreatitis

Pancreatitis is inflammation of the exocrine part of the pancreas. The pancreas is a glandular organ located in the abdominal cavity near the stomach which produces several important hormones.

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Dog with hyperadrenocorticism

Hyperadrenocorticism in Dogs Cushing’s Disease

Hyperadrenocorticism arises from the overproduction of glucocorticoid hormones by one or both adrenal glands.

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dog with bladder stone

Bladder Stones in Dogs and Cats

These are aggregations of minerals and other substances in the bladder.

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