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Acute Gastritis

Acute gastritis is an irritation of the lining of the stomach that comes on suddenly....

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...

Anaphylactic Shock

Anaphylactic shock is an immediate, serious allergic reaction. The most common drug allergen that causes anaphylactic shock is penicillin. The venom in the...

Bee and Wasp Stings

Fur protects most of their bodies, but pets can be bitten or stung on their sparsely furred stomachs or flanks when they blunder into a hive or even a fire...

Campylobacteriosis

Campylobacteriosis is a disease that produces acute infectious diarrhea in puppies. It also occurs in kennel dogs and strays - most of whom are in poor con...

Canine Salmon Poisoning Disease

This is a severe rickettsial disease of dogs and wild canids (wild dogs) that requires the presence of several intermediate hosts including snails, flukes,...

Chronic Gastritis

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

Coronavirus

Canine coronavirus is a contagious intestinal infection that usually produces a mild disease. It can, however, be severe in young puppies and dogs who are ...

Distemper

Distemper is a highly contagious disease caused by a virus similar to the one that causes measles in people. Worldwide, it is the leading cause of infectio...

Esophageal Stricture

A stricture is a circular scar that forms after an injury to the wall of the esophagus....