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Addison's Disease

The adrenal glands, found in the abdomen above the kidneys, are important in the production of corticosteroids and other hormones that regulate body functi...

Arrhythmias

Arrythimias are irregular or erratic heartbeats. Normally the heart beats at a steady pace. This changes with activity or rest but is almost always a regul...

Bloat

Bloat is a life threatening emergency that affects dogs in the prime of life. The mortality rate for this condition approaches 50 percent. Early recognitio...

Blood-Loss Anemia

Anemia is defined as a deficiency of red blood cells (erythrocytes) in the circulatory system. Adult dogs are anemic when the concentration of red blood ce...

Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

Carbon monoxide poisoning is commonly found in car exhaust, improperly vented furnaces, and smoke from fires, because it is a natural by-product of fuel co...

Chronic Gastritis

Dogs with chronic gastritis vomit from time to time over a period of days or weeks....

Cushing's Syndrome

Spontaneous Cushing's syndrome occurs primarily in middle-aged and older dogs, although dogs of all ages can be affected. Poodles, Boston Terriers, Dachshu...

Dilated Cardiomyopathy

Dialated cardiomyopathy is a disease in which the heart chambers enlarge and the walls of the ventricles become thin. The heart muscle weakens and begins t...

Fecal Impaction

A fecal impaction is a mass of hard stool in the rectum and colon. Veterinary examination and treatment is needed....

Fever

Fever is an elevated temperature that is generated by the body to fight disease. Normal can and dog body temperature ranges between 99 and 102.5F....