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Jaundice in Dogs: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment

Jaundice affects dogs in the same way that it affects humans, and it is characterized by the yellowing of the dog's skin, mucous membranes, and eye whites. Learn more about it in this article. Read

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Jaundice in Dogs: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment By Roy Higgs

Jaundice affects dogs in the same way that it affects humans, and it is characterized by the yellowing of the dog's skin, mucous membranes, and eye whites. Learn more about it in this article.

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Jawbone Enlargement in Dogs: Causes, Diagnosis, and Treatment By Roy Higgs

Jaw bone enlargement in dogs is a problem that should not be ignored but rather, dealt with appropriately. This article will properly explain how you should address the issue.

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Joint Cancer (Synovial Sarcoma) in Dogs By Roy Higgs

As much as cancer affects humans, it also affects dogs. A painful type of cancer is joint and bone cancer. In this article, we learn more about this joint disorder in this article.

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Kennel Cough in Dogs By Team PetCareRx

Kennel cough can occur in dogs after a stay at a dog boarding facility or other dog care center. Learn more about the care and treatment of kennel cough.

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Kennel Cough on the Rise: Top Tips to Prevent Kennel Cough in Dogs By Roy Higgs

Kennel cough is a severe respiratory illness in dogs that is on the rise. The disease is contagious and has been spreading like wildfire in recent times. Dogs that catch the disease need intensive care and should be separated from others.

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Laryngitis in Dogs: Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatment By Roy Higgs

Dog laryngitis is a frequent condition that can affect any breed or age group, and it can be brought on by a number of things, such as bacterial or viral infections, environmental irritants, or even excessive barking. We break down how to treat and prevent this condition in this article.

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Leukemia in Dogs: Prognosis and Life Expectancy By Roy Higgs

The prognosis of leukemia in dogs depends on various factors, including the type of cancer and quality of care. Learn more in this article.

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Lifespan of a Dog: A Dog Years Chart by Breed By Ari Einleger

Are you wondering what the usual life expectancy of your dog is? Lifespan for dogs varies from breed to breed. Find out what the average lifespan of your dog is here.

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Lipomas in Dogs and Cats By Meredith Alling

Finding a bump or lump on your pet can be scary. However if you take your pet to the vet and find that itโ€™s a lipoma, you should feel relieved. Find out why here.

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Liver Fistula in Dogs: Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatment By Roy Higgs

In dogs, liver fistula is an uncommon but deadly illness that can be difficult to identify and cure. Here, we walk you through identifying, treating, and preventing this disease.

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Lockjaw in Dogs: Causes, Diagnosis, and Treatment By Roy Higgs

Lockjaw is a medical condition induced by tetanus and it affects dogs, other animals, and humans. The causes, symptoms, and treatment of lockjaw in dogs will be examined in this article.

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Lungworm Infection in Dogs: Symptoms, Treatment, and Prevention By Roy Higgs

All breeds and ages of dogs are susceptible to the deadly parasitic infection known as lungworm. In this article, we discuss the condition further.

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Lupoid Onychodystrophy in Dogs: A Detailed Guide By Roy Higgs

Lupoid onychodystrophy is an immune-mediated disease, meaning that the dog's immune system attacks its nail beds, leading to the development of abnormal and brittle nails which are painful. This article will examine the causes, symptoms, and treatment of lupoid onychodystrophy in dogs.

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Lymphoma in Dogs and Cats By Madeleine Burry

Lymphosarcoma, aka lymphoma or cancer of the lymph nodes, is a dangerous and painful mutation in the lymph nodes, spleen, blood, or bone marrow and can occur in cats and dogs. Learn the common types and causes of lymphoma at PetCareRx.com.

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Managing Excitement In Dogs Prone To Seizure By Roy Higgs

A seizure is a sudden, uncontrolled electrical disturbance in the brain. It can be caused by many different things and affect dogs of all ages. When a dog displays abnormal behavior, it may be a seizure; and excitement in dogs only increases the risk of repeated episodes.

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Mast Cell Cancer in Dogs and Cats By Madeleine Burry

Mast cell cancer is a common form of skin cancer in dogs and cats, and some breeds are more prone than others. Learn about the types and treatment options of mast cell cancer.

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Masticatory Muscle Myositis in Dogs: A Detailed Guide By Roy Higgs

Masticatory Muscle Myositis (MMM) is a rare but potentially fatal autoimmune muscle condition that affects dogs. We will discuss this disorder further in this article.

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Megaesophagus in Dogs: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment By Roy Higgs

Canine megaesophagus is an esophagus problem that may afflict dogs of all breeds and sizes and can have significant repercussions if left untreated. We delve into this discussion more in this article.

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Meningioma In Dogs And Cats By Meredith Alling

The meningioma is the most common type of brain tumor found in dogs and cats. If left untreated, these tumors can cause serious damage to your petโ€™s brain. Read on to learn about causes, symptoms, and treatments.

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Metritis in Dogs: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment By Roy Higgs

Metritis is a serious condition resulting from a bacterial infection of the uterus that can have potentially life-threatening consequences for female dogs if not treated. The causes, symptoms, treatment, and how to prevent metritis are discussed in this article.

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Miniature Pinscher: Breed and Health Information By Lauren Leonardi

The Miniature Pinscher is a long lived, lively dog, often wary of strangers, and very independent. Learn more about this breed and their health concerns here.

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Miniature Schnauzer Information: Health By Lauren Leonardi

The Miniature Schnauzer is a very lively and spunky dog, but they can inherit or develop serious health problems. Learn more about this breed's health needs.

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Mumps in Dogs: A Detailed Guide By Roy Higgs

Many mammals, including humans, dogs, and other animals, can contract the viral illness known as mumps. In this article, we will look into this condition for dogs.

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Myeloproliferative Disorders in Dogs: A Detailed Guide By Roy Higgs

A set of hematological illnesses known as myeloproliferative disorders are characterized by excessive synthesis of blood cells in the bone marrow. We discuss this condition further in this article.

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