Category: Dog Health

Using Inahalations

Using Inahalations

These can be exceedingly unpopular with canine patients but are nevertheless prescribed quite frequently for catarrhal infections, such as are found in distemper.

A narrow ves

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Dog Paralysis

Paralysis

This condition, a symptom or result rather than a disease in itself, is tedious to nurse and alarming to see, but even apparently hopeless cases can sometimes make remarkable recoveries.

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Ear Problems With Dogs

Ear Problems

Mishaps to these parts of the dog's anatomy are fairly frequent. The three main causes of trouble are:

1. Torn ears (from fighting or by barbed wire).
2. Haematoma (a haemorrhage

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Dealing With Fractures In Dogs

Dealing With Fracture

General. Fractures are the result of injury to the normally firm skeletal tissue?bone. Fractures may be of three main types:
1. Simple fracture. The bone is broken in one pla

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Eclampsia

Eclampsia

Eclampsia is a condition seen in the bitch and it generally occurs about the time of whelping, or it may occur during the suckling period. This condition is caused by a lowering of the bl

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Dealing With Heat Stroke

Dealing With Heat Stroke

This is most frequent in short-nosed dogs, especially bulldogs. Immediate action is important as collapse and heart failure may occur quite rapidly. Remove the dog to as co

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Discharge From Virgina In Dogs

Discharge From Virgina

This is quite common, even in health, and there is, of course, the periodic flow of blood seen in the "in season" bitch. Maiden bitches often have a slight discharge and pr

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Advances in Veterinary Surgery

Advances in Veterinary Surgery

The past few decades have seen a period of continuing advances in the art and science of veterinary surgery. Even the last few years have seen advances of outstanding

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Nasal Discharge In Dogs

Nasal Discharge

The nose, in health, is always moist, and by a discharge we mean one which is clearly perceptible, whether watery or mucopurulent. In the former case there is the perpetual "dew-dr

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