Dog diseases are just as serious as human diseases. They may be a little more problematic because they can’t tell you where it hurts.

They can’t tell us when something has changed, just as they can’t tell us when they feel an improvement.

Most canine cancers and degenerative diseases are the same as in humans, whereas most of their infectious diseases are species-specific. As with other domestic animals, dogs are at risk from a number of infectious and genetic diseases, but most of these can be prevented through screening, vaccination and proper husbandry.

The first sign of deterioration in a dog’s health is its behaviour. He will look depressed and withdrawn and move less than usual. His appetite may also change, sometimes improving and sometimes deteriorating. Generally speaking, a dog that is active, lively, interested, dehydrated, eating, drinking, defecating and urinating normally, free of lumps and hair loss, and of normal body condition is probably healthy, but if the symptom appears, a medical examination should be carried out immediately, and every six months if there are no symptoms.

We try to describe as many of the dog diseases as we can to help owners keep their pets healthy!

Green Lipped Mussel
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The effects of green mussel extract in dogs

In addition to its cartilage-strengthening, joint-protecting and anti-inflammatory effects, green lipped mussel extract helps maintain heart health, skin elasticity and is a significant source of antioxidants. The cartilage-strengthening, joint-protective effect of green mussel extract in dogs The New Zealand green…

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Scent Gland
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Scent Gland

The scent gland is a collection of small sebaceous glands located on both sides of the animal’s anus. These glands produce a special-smelling secretion that plays an important role in territorial marking and social communication. The scent glands are particularly…

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Kennel Cough
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Kennel Cough

Kennel Cough – The typical autumn-winter dog woe Although kennel cough is not among the most severe dog diseases, it can cause prolonged annoyance for both the owner and the furry friend. In this article, we will go through the…

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Colostrum or foremilk effects and benefits

Colostrum or foremilk effects and benefits Colostrum is the foremilk produced in the few days after birth and is found in all mammals, including humans, dogs and cattle. Humans are born with a basic immune defence, but many mammals are…

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Kutya emlődaganat
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Dog mammary tumour

Dog mammary tumour – Dogs are by far the most susceptible pets when it comes to mammary tumours. In fact, dogs are several times more likely to develop mammary tumours than women. Breast tumours account for nearly half of all…

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Symptoms of dog cancer
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Symptoms of dog cancer

Symptoms of dog cancer – 10 early signs Unfortunately, there are more and more cancers in our dogs. The symptoms of dog cancer are very similar to human tumours, except that they can’t tell you what they feel, where it…

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medicinal mushroom
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The medicinal mushrooms and their effects

The active ingredients in medicinal mushrooms stimulate the body’s immune system and inhibit the formation, growth and spread of tumours without side effects. Medicinal mushrooms are certain types of mushrooms that have been used for a long time by traditional…

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A vállízületi diszplázia kutyáknál
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Shoulder dysplasia in dogs

Shoulder dysplasia is a genetically inherited disease resulting from the inappropriate fit of the head of the humerus that makes up the shoulder joint and the joint space of the scapula. During the course of the disease, degenerative joint disease, arthrosis of…

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Csípődiszplázia kutyáknál
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Hip dysplasia in dogs

Hip dysplasia is a hereditary disease, which is inherited with a so-called threshold value. The housing conditions (overfeeding, inappropriate movement) can increase the value of a dog below the threshold value, which thus tips over the threshold and the disorder is realized. Puppies…

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