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Rectoanal Polyps in Dogs Symptoms , Diagnosis and Treatment
Rectoanal polyps is described by the development of fold like distensions in the butt-centric Paraproteinemia and rectal dividers (anal and rectal walls). The polyps may be straightforwardly joined to the intestinal divider (sessile), or joined through a stalk-such as round and hollow association.
 
Sinus Bradycardia in Dogs Symptoms , Diagnosis and Treatment
Sinus bradycardia is kind of abnormal heart rhythm which is indicated by a slower rate of impulses (than normal) in the sinus node. Also called the sinoatrial node (SAN), the sinus node starts the electrical impulses within the heart, causin
 
Arteriovenous Fistula in Dogs , Symptoms , Diagnosis and Treatment
Arteriovenous Fistulae are acquired vascular malformations that allow blood flow to bypass the capillary bed, and as such allow arterial blood to directly enter the venous system...
 
Paraproteinemia : Abnormal Protein Production in Dogs , Symptoms , Diagnosis and Treatment
White blood cells produce large quantities of antibodies, essential to the body's immune response to invasions of bacteria and viruses. Antibodies AKA immunoglobulins, small protein molecules found in the blood or other body fluids and used by the immune system to fight against foreign substance
 
Vesicourachal Diverticula in Dogs , Symptoms , Diagnosis and Treatment
Vesicourachal diverticula is congenital condition in which the urachus ( embryological canal or tube connecting the placenta with urinary bladder of fetus) fails to close. This impairs the animal's normal urine outflow and makes it susceptible to urinary tract infections. If not treated properly,
 
Pneumothorax in Dogs , Symptoms Diagnosis and Treatment
Pneumothorax is referred to an accumulation of air in the pleural space, the area between the chest wall and the dogs lungs. It may be sorted as traumatic or spontaneous, and closed or open.
 
Gastroesophageal Reflux in Dogs
Gastroesophageal reflux is a condition characterized by the uncontrollable reverse flow of gastric or intestinal fluids into the tube connecting the throat and the stomach (esophagus). This may be due to a brief relaxation of the muscular opening at the base of the esophagus (referred to as the sphi
 
Dog Acute Diarrhea
Dog Diarrhea has four general reasons for occurring: osmotic imbalances, over secretion, intestinal exudation or motility disorders. Osmotic imbalances occur when the concentration of food molecules in the intestine is too high. Water is drawn into the intestine by the excess molecules, causing diar
 
ADRS : Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome in Dogs
Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS) refers to a condition of sudden respiratory failure due to fluid accumulation and severe inflammation in the lungs. ARDS is a life-threatening problem, with current mortality rates in dogs at almost 100 percent. This condition is also medically referred to
 
Sudden Vomit in dog
While vomiting may have a simple, straightforward cause, it may be an indicator of something far more serious. It is also problematic because it can have a wide range of causes, and determining the correct one may be quite complicated.
 
Hypoadrenocorticism (Addison’s Disease) in Dogs
Mineralocorticoids and glucocorticoids are hormones normally produced by the adrenal glands, which are located near the kidneys. Both of these hormones are critical to the healthy functioning of the body, and an abnormal increase or decrease of either of these hormones can lead to serious health pro
 
Infectious Canine Hepatitis by Adenovirus in Dogs
Infectious canine hepatitis is a viral disease of that is caused by the canine adenovirus CAV-1, a type of DNA virus that causes upper respiratory tract infections. This virus targets the par
 
Adrenal Gland Cancer (Pheochromocytoma) in Dogs
A pheochromocytoma is a tumor of the adrenal gland, which causes the glands to make too much of certain hormones. This can cause an increase in heart rate, blood pressure, and breathing rate. These symptoms are intermittent (not present all of the time) because the hormones that cause them are not m
 
Dibutyl Phthalate Ingestion in Dogs
Glow sticks and glow jewelry are available as bracelets, necklaces and wands. They contain a chemical that glows in the dark and are particularly popular around the July 4 holiday and Halloween. However, when chewed or ingested by your dog, the chemical inside of the sticks and/or jewelry cause an i
 
Poisoning of Advil in Dogs
Ibuprofen is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medication commonly used in humans as a pain reliever and to reduce fever. It is available in many over-the-counter formulations (Advil, Motrin, Midol) as well as in prescription strength medications. Though relatively safe for people, ibuprofen can be