Category: Diseases

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Signs and Symptoms of Bloat in Dogs

By Dr ABDUL ALI WALLANA, DVM When it comes to dog diseases you should be aware of, bloat is high on the list. Sure, bloat in humans is fairly harmless, but for dogs it can be...

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Grape and Raisin Poisoning in Dogs

Can Dogs Eat Grapes? are raisins poisonous to dogs are grapes poisonous to dogs Grape and raisin (dried grapes) toxicity is well documented in dogs.* Although the exact substance that causes the toxic reaction... 0

Rabies in Dogs

By Dr. Abdul Ali Wallana Rabies is a fatal viral polioencephalitis that specifically affects the gray matter of a dog’s brain and the central nervous system (CNS). In the United States (except Hawaii), it... 0

Red Eye in Dogs

Inflammation of the Eye in Dogs Red eye causes the dog’s eye to become inflammed and, well, red. This inflammation may be due to various factors, including excess blood in the eyelids (hyperemia) or... 0

Can Dogs Have Down Syndrome?

By Jennifer Coates, DVM Anyone who has spent enough time around dogs understands the compatibility between the canine and human species. To paraphrase Forrest Gump, we “goes together like peas and carrots.” What makes... 0

How to Treat Mucus Stool in Dogs

By Jennifer Coates, DVM Dog stool normally contains some mucus, but excessive amount of mucus in the stool may indicate a medical condition and will need medical attention. Causes of Mucus in Dog Poop Stress... 0

Reverse Sneezing in Dogs: Is It Normal?

By Jennifer Coates, DVM If you don’t know what is going on, watching a pet reverse sneeze can be a terrifying experience. To identify when reverse sneezing is normal (and more importantly, when it... 0

Does My Dog Have Fleas?

does my dog have fleas fleas on dogs By Jennifer Kvamme, DVM In parts of the world where winter temperatures fall below 35°C for more than 40 hours per month, households and pets get... 0

Ringworm in Dogs

ringworms in dogs Dermatophytosis is the medical term for the fungal infection affecting the skin, hair, and/or nails (claws) that is more commonly referred to as ringworm.  The most commonly isolated fungal organisms are Microsporum canis, Trichophyton mentagrophytes,... 0

How to Get Rid of Ear Mites in Dogs

Otodectes cynotis mites, commonly called ear mites, are a relatively mild parasite infection. However, complications may arise when an animal has an immune hypersensitivity reaction that results in intense irritation of the external ear. Dogs with ear...