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Acute Gastritis

Acute gastritis is an irritation of the lining of the stomach that comes on suddenly....

Acute Infectious Enteritis

Enteritis is an infection of the gastrointestinal tract characterized by the sudden onset of vomiting and diarrhea, rapid pulse, fever, apathy, and depress...

Addison's Disease

The adrenal glands, found in the abdomen above the kidneys, are important in the production of corticosteroids and other hormones that regulate body functi...

Anal Sac Disease

The dog has 2 anal sacs or glands located at 5 and 5 o'clock in reference to the circumference of the anus. They can be seen by drawing down on the the ski...

Anorectal Obstructions

The signs of anorectal disease are pain on defecation, straining to pass stool, rectal bleeding, scooting, and biting and licking the rear. Dogs with anore...

Anorectal Prolapse

Anorectal prolapse is the protrusion of rectal tissue through the anus. It's common for young cats and dogs (especially puppies) to have rectal prolapse fr...


Bloat is a life threatening emergency that affects dogs in the prime of life. The mortality rate for this condition approaches 50 percent. Early recognitio...


Campylobacteriosis is a disease that produces acute infectious diarrhea in puppies. It also occurs in kennel dogs and strays - most of whom are in poor con...

Chronic Gastritis

Dogs with chronic gastritis vomit from time to time over a period of days or weeks....


Colitis is an inflammation of the colon. It is responsible for about 50 percent of cases of chronic diarrhea in dogs....