Just like people, dogs and cats can have allergic reactions that can be mild or severe—but in all situations, you should contact your veterinarian for advice.
Canine acne may be ugly, causing your pooch to have low self-esteem, but it’s essentially a benign, self-limiting problem that, as with humans, is an adolescent issue, by and large.
Aural means “ear” and a hematoma is “a space abnormally filled with blood,” so an “aural hematoma” is a blood-filled pouch in the ear flap.
Bloat is a serious and life-threatening disorder that occurs when a dog’s stomach becomes bloated because it’s full of food, foreign material, excess gas, fluid, or foam.
As is the case with people, a dog’s health changes with age, and our pets age much faster than we do.
If your dog has anemia, there’s been a drop in the number of his red blood cells or his red blood cells aren’t functioning properly.
Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is a condition that results when your dog’s immune system turns against the lining of her gastrointestinal (GI) tract.
Enteritis is an inflammation of the small intestine and is caused by a wide range of potential problems.
Gastroenteritis is an irritation of the stomach and intestines; it usually results in vomiting and diarrhea.
“Epilepsy” is a blanket term for neurological disorders that are characterized by seizures. Check out this vet-approved article to find out how to recognize it and how your vet can help you reduce the likelihood of seizures for your dog.