Canine Liver Problems

Canine Liver Problems

The liver is an extremely important organ and is responsible for over 1,000 tasks 24 hours a day. Some important tasks performed by the liver include: production of proteins regulation of blood sugar regulation of blood clotting metabolism of...

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Canine Dental Problems

Canine Dental Problems

Dental problems in dogs are common canine health problems. In fact, a lot of the most serious health problems in dogs are related to their gums and teeth. As dog parents, we need to take good care of our dog’s teeth by regular brushing. We...

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Canine Cancer Diet

Canine Cancer Diet

Dogs with cancer need all the nutrients they can get to fight cancer. Also, some foods are not suitable for dogs with cancer because such foods can promote cancer cell growth. A healthy suitable canine cancer diet is therefore an integral part of...

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Osteoarthritis in Dogs

Osteoarthritis in Dogs

Before we look at osteoarthritis in dogs which is a degenerative joint disease, let’s take a quick look at a normal joint. A joint is made up of: Soft tissues Soft tissues are made up of ligaments, the muscle-tendon units (where muscle...

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Common Canine Illnesses

Common Canine Illnesses

| A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z | A Canine Illnesses Abscess in Dogs Canine Acne Acute Moist Dermatitis (Hot Spots) Canine Addisons Disease Canine Anal Gland Problems...

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Pancreatitis in Dogs

Pancreatitis in Dogs

The pancreas is responsible for two major functions. One is to produce insulin for the body to use and store glucose. The other is to produce pancreatic enzymes that enable the body to digest and absorb fats and proteins in the digestive tract...

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Diabetes in Dogs

Diabetes in Dogs

Sugar diabetes (diabetes mellitus) is a common hormonal disease in dogs. It is the result of a dog’s pancreas not being able to produce enough insulin. Insulin enables glucose to pass into cells. The cells metabolize the glucose to produce...

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Canine Depression

Canine Depression

Many people wonder if dogs suffer from depression. The answer is “Yes!” Research shows that dogs have a wide range of emotions, from happiness, excitement, pride, to guilt, shame, embarrassment, jealousy and depression. Dogs are...

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