Diabetes mellitus is a common condition in people and relatively common in dogs as well.
Our four-legged friends can get diabetes, too. There are different types of diabetes, one being diabetes insipidus—an uncommon disorder that affects our pet’s ability to conserve water.
Is your dog suffering from diarrhea? Colitis could be to blame. This vet-approved article can help you understand the risk factors for colitis and how you can work with your veterinarian to get your pup back in tip-top shape.
The retina is the light-sensitive tissue that lines the inner surface of the eye. When it becomes detached from the tissue supporting it, a very serious situation exists.
No, megaesophagus is not a dinosaur: it is an unfortunate disorder that affects a dog’s ability to swallow food and water.
In simple terms, canine cognitive disorder, also called canine cognitive dysfunction, is the dogs’ version of Alzheimer’s disease.
Mastitis refers to a bacterial infection in the milk ducts of female dogs.
Lipomas are benign, non-cancerous tumors that can develop anywhere. While ugly, lipomas are generally not harmful to a dog and are part of aging.
Kennel cough, or tracheobronchitis, is an infectious bronchitis that could be compared to a cold with a scratchy throat in people.
Intervertebral disc disease (IVDD) occurs when a disc in your dog’s spine is ruptured or herniated, leaking its contents and causing severe inflammation and pain for your best friend.