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Hypothyroidism can be tricky to detect. Here are five facts we think you should know about canine hypothyroidism.
Having hypothyroidism isn't a life sentence of discomfort and weariness for your dog. Learn more here.
Dogs with hypothyroidism can still live long and active lives if treated properly. Learn the three steps here.
The most common cause of hypothyroidism is an inherited autoimmune disorder called autoimmune thyroiditis. Learn more here.
Don't miss the important early signs and symptoms of hypothyroidism. Learn about them here.
Poodles are highly intelligent dogs who can be susceptible to anxiety, especially if not properly trained and socialized. Learn how to take care of your Poodle here.
Pyoderma often has an underlying cause like allergies, hypothyroidism, or Cushing's disease, among other possibilities. Learn more about the causes of pyoderma.
A preexisting condition often causes pyoderma, so by the time you start to see the symptoms of this infection, your pet definitely needs treatment. Learn more here.
Pyoderma is an extremely painful condition that occurs in both cats and dogs. Learn what you need to know to help your pet here.
How you treat chronic dry eye depends on the severity of the disease. Learn more, so you can get your best friend on the road to feeling better.
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