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Pancreatitis

Glomerular Disease in Cats Cat Diseases & Conditions A-Z
Glomerular Disease in Cats
Learn more about Glomerular disease, a chronic kidney disease, that can affect cats such as the Abyssinian, Siamese and Orientals.
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Glomerular Disease in Dogs Dog Diseases & Conditions A-Z
Glomerular Disease in Dogs
Learn more about Glomerular disease, a chronic kidney disease, that is quite common in dogs and affects both purebreds and mixed-breeds.
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Flatulence: Why Does My Dog Smell? Dog Diseases & Conditions A-Z
Why Does My Dog Fart? (Dog Gas Explained)
Have you ever had the experience of entertaining guests or perhaps just relaxing in front of the television when suddenly you become aware of a very unpleasant odor perhaps preceded by a “toot?” Gas can be a sign of a serious problem. Learn what may be wrong and how you can protect your dog.
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Insulinoma in Dogs Dog Diseases & Conditions A-Z
Insulinoma in Dogs
An insulinoma is a tumor of the pancreas that affects the regulation of your dog’s sugar levels, causing hypoglycemia, also referred to as low blood sugar.
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Chronic Pancreatitis in Dogs Dog Diseases & Conditions A-Z
Chronic Pancreatitis in Dogs
Dogs with chronic pancreatitis essentially have multiple attacks of acute pancreatitis. In some situations, the symptoms can be less severe but because the condition is chronic, the long-term impact can be more severe. Find out what you need to know to protect your dog from this long-term, painful condition.
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Acute Pancreatitis in Cats Cat Diseases & Conditions A-Z
Acute Pancreatitis in Cats
Pancreatitis means “inflammation” of the pancreas and acute means “quickly,” so acute pancreatitis is the sudden onset of pancreatic inflammation.
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Acute Pancreatitis in Dogs Dog Diseases & Conditions A-Z
Acute Pancreatitis in Dogs
When the pancreas becomes inflamed, digestive enzymes that are normally inactive until they reach the small intestine become active in the pancreas instead—resulting in pain and swelling as the pancreas actually begins to digest itself. Find out how to protect your dog from this painful condition.
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