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Lymphoma in dogs

Lymphocytes are white blood cells, that is to say small elements (cells) that intervene to protect the body against certain ...
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Leptospirosis in dogs

Definition and mode of transmission Leptospirosis is a disease caused by bacteria of the genus Spirochete. In pets, this disease ...
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Fever in dogs

Knowing a dog's temperature is essential when performing a general clinical examination, especially on a sick animal, in order to ...
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Toad poisoning in dogs

Poisoning by toads is rather occasional. They affect dogs more than cats. Curious and playful, the dog becomes intoxicated just ...
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Vomiting in dogs

Vomiting is relatively common in dogs (much more so than in humans) either for relatively benign reasons such as the ...
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Kennel cough in dogs

Dog kennel cough, or "canine infectious tracheobronchitis", is a highly contagious disease of dogs. It is transmitted by close contact ...
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Blood in the urine in dogs

Hematuria is the medical term for the presence of blood in the urine. It can be visible to the naked ...
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Blood in the stool in dogs

The presence of blood in the dog's stool can manifest itself in two ways: Either it is blood in kind ...
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Poisonous plants for dogs

Many plants are the cause of poisoning in our dogs; these intoxications are frequent and even if the clinical manifestations ...
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Hair loss in dogs

Hair loss is a normal occurrence in all dogs. The bristles have indeed a limited lifespan. Once they have grown, ...
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