Dogs can get hernias, just as people can.
Learn about glaucoma, a painful eye condition caused by an abnormally high amount of pressure build-up in a dog's eye.
A skin condition in dogs known as seborrhea can can arise from medical conditions or genetics. German shepherds and dachshunds are among breeds affected.
Cats and dogs with long hair have a lot of grooming matters to attend to—and that includes paying close attention to the long hair on their hindquarters.
Dogs can get mange from demodex mites, causing demodicosis, often arising in dogs with weak immune systems such as puppies or dogs with illnesses.
Sarcoptic mange, also known as canine scabies, is highly contagious and can affect any dog, particularly pups.
Cirrhosis is chronic, end-stage liver disease in which normal liver tissue has been replaced by fibrous scar tissue.
Coccidiosis is a disease caused by a tiny pest that can infect your dog's intestines.
Canine cognitive dysfunction, or CCD, is caused by chemical and physical changes that affect the brain function of older dogs. Like people with Alzheimer’s, CCD usually comes on slowly and gradually gets worse.
Cushing’s syndrome, also called hyperadrenocorticism, occurs when your dog’s adrenal glands produce too much cortisol.