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Anaphylactic shock in Dogs
Anaphylaxis is an emergency condition that occurs when an animal reacts adversely to a particular allergen. In extreme situations, this reaction can be fatal. The condition is fairly unpredictable, as almost any substance can potentially cause a reaction. The expected outcome is often good if the re
 
Infection of Ameba in Dogs
Amebiasis is a parasitic infection caused by a one celled organism known as an ameba. Amebiasis can affect people as well as dogs and cats. It is found most often in tropical areas and can be seen in North America.
 
Amphetamine Poisoning  and Toxicity in Dogs
Amphetamines are a prescription medication used for a variety of reasons in human medicine. They are used to treat ADD/ADHD and narcolepsy. They are used for weight loss as well. They can also be obtained illicitly (crystal meth, methamp
 
Infections of Anaerobic Bacteria in Dogs
Anaerobic infections are those that involve bacteria that are able to grow best in the absence of free oxygen. Consequently, these bacteria often thrive in the mouth around the gums; in deep wounds, such as those caused by puncture to the skin; in wounds caused by fractured bone, where the bone has
 
Adenocarcinoma of Anal Glands in Dogs
While anal gland (sac) cancer (adenocarcinoma) is not common, it is an invasive disease that does not generally have a positive outlook. Usually seen as a rectal growth (mass) on the animal, it also is common to find the disease in the l
 
Anal Sac (glands) Problems in Dogs
The anal glands, or sacs, are small and oval-shaped, and sit just inside your dogís rectum on either side of the anus. They reside in the muscle of the anal sphincter and arenít easily visible. The glands produce a smelly, oily substance that collects in tiny ducts. This fluid probably serves as a t
 
Methemoglobinemia in Dogs
Methemoglobinemia (Anemia) is a genetic disease of dogs characterized by increased circulating methemoglobin. The aim of hemoglobin in the blood is to carry oxygen from the lungs to other parts of the body. Methemoglobin is the result of
 
Aplastic Anemia (Bone Marrow Failure - Toxicity) in Dogs
Anemia is defined as a reduction in the normal number of red blood cells. All types of blood cells originate in the bone marrow, so healthy bone marrow will respond to a low blood cell count by producing more. If the body is unable to adequately generate replacement blood cells, this is called non-r
 
Chronic Kidney Disease Related Anemia in Dogs
Erythropoietin is a hormone that is produced within the kidneys, that controls the RBC (Red Blood Cells) production. For RBCs to get matured, bone marrow requires an adequate supply of erythropoietin, so in cases of chronic kidney disease (CKD), where the kidney is unable to function well enough to
 
Actinomycosis infection in Dogs
Actinomycosis is actually a bacterial infection caused by a gram positive bacteria in Actinomyces Genus. Actinomyces are an anaerobic species of bacteria that can cause infection under the skin or other parts of the body. Usually they are found in the oral cavities and nasal passages of dogs, but c
 
Pulmonary Calcification in Dog Lungs
Pulmonary mineralization is characterized by both calcification (mineral calcium build up in soft tissue) and ossification (connective tissues, such as cartilage, are turned to bone or bone-like tissue) of the lungs. https://www.vetarena.org/gallery/image-1057.m.jpg This condition...
 
Infection with Antibiotic-resistant L-Form Bacteria in Dogs
Cell wall determines the bacterial morphology. L-form bacteria have a different morphology than many others because they have no cell walls. Generally L-form bactera bacteria are spheroids or spheres. A good instance would be Bacillus subtilis which is a rod-shaped bacterium.
 
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