Whether or not your dog has pancreatitis depends on how you define pancreatitis. If it's defined purely in terms of amylase and lipase test results, your dog has it. On the other hand, if the diagnosis is also based on how t
You are wise to not breed her with her having Dysplasia! Just as Dr Kim said though, I would wait to have her spayed as well. She is still growing and needs those hormones to much, especially if she has dysplasia.
I have a french bulldog with a histiocytoma diagnosis by aspirated cell biopsy. It is on his left elbow and he keeps scratching it, cutting it open and making it bleed. Can you cut off circulation to these things
I doubt it's related to your dog for multiple reasons. A big one is that the timing doesn't sound right. It sounds like you and your husband both became ill right after you picked your dog up. Most infections passed from one