Dog stool normally contains some mucus, but excessive amount of mucus in the stool may indicate a medical condition and will need medical attention. Treatment Options If your dog has mucus in the stool, this is what you can expect to happen next : Medication A small … [Read more...] about How to Treat Mucus Stool in Dogs
While sweat glands are designed to aid with cooling in humans, heat release does not occur in dogs this same way. Dogs lack the normal, predominant sweat glands that humans and other species have. How do dogs cool off ? While dogs have a small amount of sweat glands (which … [Read more...] about Do Dogs Sweat ?
A cancer diagnosis for your dog is heartbreaking and often overwhelming. It can be hard to take in all the information your veterinarian provides, and even harder to fully understand what a diagnosis of liver cancer means for your dog. While your best source of information … [Read more...] about Liver Cancer in Dogs : Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatment
Pustules in Dogs Much like in teenage humans, acne is a benign disorder that typically only lasts a while. It occurs when the hair follicles become irritated. Dogs with short coats such as Boxers, Bulldogs, and Rottweilers are the breeds most likely to have this condition. … [Read more...] about Acne in Dogs
Symptoms of ringworm in dogs often include some combination of the following: - Hair loss (alopecia), which may be patchy or circular - Broken hairs and poor hair coat - Reddened or ulcerated skin - Dandruff (scales) - Darkened skin - Crusting of the skin - Itchiness … [Read more...] about How To Treat Ringworms In Dogs