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Limber Tail Syndrome: Why is My Dog's Tail Limp? Dog Diseases & Conditions A-Z
Limber Tail Syndrome: Why is My Dog's Tail Limp?
Limber tail is a very strange-looking condition that you might compare to a sprained ankle. Learn about the dogs that get limber tail and why.
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Depigmentation Disorders in Dogs: Changing Skin Color Dog Diseases & Conditions A-Z
Depigmentation Disorders in Dogs: Changing Skin Color
Did you know that dogs can also have changes in their skin color? Many breeds are prone to depigmentation, a decrease in pigment of the skin. But why might your dog lose that original coloration and develop depigmentation? Let’s discuss some of the possible reasons.
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Hair Loss in Dogs Dog Diseases & Conditions A-Z
Hair Loss in Dogs
It can be scary when your best friend suddenly starts to lose his hair, but all to often the cause can easily be treated. Sometimes dogs are just born bald while others are dealing with hormone and thyroid issues. Learn how to spot the symptoms and when to call your veterinarian if your dog is losing his hair.
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Can Dogs Have Narcolepsy? Dog Diseases & Conditions A-Z
Can Dogs Have Narcolepsy?
Have you ever looked at your dog sleeping and envy how easily he nods off? Most people have some periodic difficulty falling asleep and staying asleep. Narcolepsy represents a disorder that produces just the opposite condition. And it affects dogs as well as humans! Learn what causes narcolepsy in dogs and what treatments are available.
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Cat Diseases & Conditions A-Z
How Do You Know If Your Cat Had a Stroke?
It’s scary to see your cat suddenly not be able to walk, look drunk, fall over to his or her side, have a head tilt, or act neurologically inappropriate
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Vestibular Disease: How Do You Know if Your Dog Had a Stroke?

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Dog Diseases & Conditions A-Z
Growing Puppies and HOD
Those of us who’ve raised a dog or two are familiar with how fast dogs can grow, especially when they’re puppies.
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