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Dog Colon Cancer

…or otherwise extremely shy.Diagnosis The diagnosis of colon cancer in dogs is usually done through a veterinary investigation. This initial investigation will rule out irritable bowel syndrome and the possibility of colitis. Blood tests will determine potential diagnosis through specific properties in the blood. Your vet will manually check your dog’s abdomen in a search for any , masses and tenderness. Urinalysis and stool samples will determine…

Cat Colitis

…intestines and the stomach. To make things a little clearer, feline colitis is when the inflammation is just in the colon (large intestine). If it is both the colon and small intestine then it is enterocolitis, and when the disease is present in the stomach too, it becomes gastritis.What Are The Causes of Feline Colitis? Here are some of the more common causes of Feline Colitis: • Dietary Issues - Cats can be sensitive to certain foods and have…

Cat Constipation

…Increased water intake and regular exercise as well as grooming may also be useful. For persistent and severe cases, the vet may have to remove the faeces using medical procedures and prescribe medication for both constipation and dehydration.Feline Colitis Some cases of feline constipation may be a symptom of . It manifests as inflammation of the colon that causes pain during defecation and may cause the cat to stop excreting.Suggested Products

Cat Hematochezia

…cancer and in younger pets it can be caused by parasites.Usual causes • Bacteria, viruses, protozoa or intestinal parasites • Dietary intolerance to certain foods caused by allergy or intolerance This will usually cause colitis or irritable bowel syndrome which causes bleeding. • Neoplasia of the bowel • Polyps in the rectum or colon • Trauma to the area • Certain clotting disorders • Intussesception which is the telescoping of part of the bowel…

Dog Hematochezia

…cancer and in younger pets it can be caused by parasites.Usual causes • Bacteria, viruses, protozoa or intestinal parasites • Dietary intolerance to certain foods caused by allergy or intolerance This will usually cause colitis or irritable bowel syndrome which causes bleeding. • Neoplasia of the bowel • Polyps in the rectum or colon • Trauma to the area • Certain clotting disorders • Intussesception which is the telescoping of part of the bowel…

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