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Foreign object in mouth

Foreign objects in the mouth include bone splinters, slivers of wood, sewing needles and pins, porcupine quills, fish hooks, and plant awns. Sharp objects ...

Hyperparathyroidism

The parathyroids are 4 small glands in the neck located near the thyroid gland. The parathyroid glands secrete the hormone PTH, which is essential to bone ...

Hypothermia

Dogs and cats don't get dangerously cold very often because they have a strong shiver reflex. Shivering increases the body's metabolism and generates heat....

Hypothyroidism

This is a disease of thyroid deficiency. The thyroid gland sits on the throat below the larynx. Its function is to produce the hormones throxine (T4) and t...

Infectious Canine Hepatitis

In the United States the disease is rare and is seen almost exclusively in wild or unvaccinated dogs. Most cases occur in puppies under 1 year of age. This...

Leptospirosis

Leptospira are found in wild and domestic animals. the bacteria are spread in the urine, often making their way into water sources and remaining infective ...

Rabies

Rabies is a fatal disease that occurs in nearly all warm blooded animals, including people, although rarely in rodents. Thanks to vaccinations, rabies in t...

Toxoplasmosis

This disease is caused by a protozoan that infects warm-blooded animals. Cats are the definitive host, but other animals, including dogs and humans can act...

Valley Fever

This is the most severe and life-threatening of the systemic fungal diseases. Coccidiodomycosis is found in dry, dusty parts of the southwestern United Sta...