There’s no known cause of canine pancreatitis. There is no breed disposition and it’s not more common for older or younger dogs.
Canine epiphora or excessive watering or tear flow is harmless for a few dog breeds but may cause loss of vision in others.
To protect your Labradoodle from winter’s cold, keep the dog’s coat clean and healthy, and consider using a sweater and boots.
Cherry eye is common in cocker spaniels, beagles, and English bulldogs. The condition occurs when the third eyelid prolapses.
Gastric ulcers in dogs are caused by infections or diseases and are most common in German Shepherds and Rottweilers.
Dogs commonly contract leptospirosis. Catching the signs of leptospirosis in dogs early leads to prompt treatment and better recovery odds.
Diabetes mellitus in dogs is caused by impaired insulin secretion of the pancreas, insulin resistance failure, or both.
Infectious canine hepatitis is found in dogs, wolves, or foxes. Without vaccination it is contagious and poses a serious threat to puppies.
While a luxating patella, or the dislocation of the kneecap, is most common in small dogs, its occurrence in larger dogs is increasing.
Consider buying health products for dogs including cooling vests, ankle braces, and heartworm preventative medication.