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Dog Nasosinal Cancer

…Although metastasis is low initially, but affects about half of the dogs at their death. Nasosinal cavities are more common in larger breeds of dogs than in smaller breeds of dogs. In dogs, they are not very common but are often fatal.Signs and Symptoms Symptoms for nasosinal cancers are the same in both dogs. They include but are not limited to nasal discharge, eye discharge, nosebleeds, , and facial deformities in the advanced stages. The…

Dog Nasal Cavity Tumor

…there is an 80% chance of the nasal tumors being malignant. The ailment is locally invasive and its spread can be controlled in the early stages of the disorder. However, in 46% of fatalities related to the disease, it was found that the cancer had spread to the lymph nodes as well as the lungs.Signs and Symptoms In dogs symptoms of nasal cavity tumors include; bleeding from the nose, yellow or green nasal discharge, tearing from the eyes and…

Dog Lethargy

…cause dogs to become lethargic; in very young dogs and puppies it can be very serious. They could have one of many infections including intestinal parasites, and . Your dog could also have an infection, malnutrition, low blood sugar, and/or suffering from Dog Dehydration. All of which will cause your dog to be more lethargic. They also may be displaying other symptoms such as , and nasal discharge.Older dogs and puppies Older dogs often begin…

Dog Sneezing

Just like humans, dogs can and do sneeze. An occasional sneeze is not a cause for concern but a pattern of sneezing indicates that there is a definite cause for concern. The noses of dogs are shaped differently than humans; depending on the breed of the dog, the nasal passageways can also be shorter or much longer. Dogs do however; share some basic anatomical features with humans. Therefore, excessive sneezing often has many of the same causes.…

Dog Kennel Cough

…cough in dogs is a dry, hacking cough that is followed by a gagging sensation. Runny nasal discharge is also a common sign. Most dogs suffering from mild cases tend to look fine other than their coughing and a runny nose. In most cases, dogs do not experience a , nor are their appetites typically suppressed, and their activity will usually not decrease. If the dog is having these signs along with recently being exposed to other dogs, then it is…

Dog Bad Breath

…your dog does have bad breath, there are other symptoms to watch out for as well. For example, oral discharge, bloody or otherwise, will sometimes accompany halitosis. Oral pain and difficulty eating are also warning signs to keep an eye out for. Other symptoms that should be given careful attention include drooling, depression, and difficulty swallowing (dysphagia). Furthermore, facial swelling, pawing at the mouth, sneezing, and nasal discharge

Dog Chondrosarcoma

…developing in the nasal cavities, along the rib cage and in the pelvic area of canines. The breed of canines that are most often afflicted with this type of cancer is the . Fortunately, this type of cancer will not cause your pet pain. There are a variety of symptoms to the condition and the different symptoms will depend on the location of the tumor. The nasal cavity is often blocked up with a tumor that causes and discharge from the nose.…

Dog Aspergillosis

…of abscesses. Younger dogs under 7 years may suffer from two types of Aspergillus infection: Nasal Aspergillosis or Disseminated Aspergillosis. Breeds with medium and long noses, including s, s and s, seem more prone to this infection that affects dogs with poor or deficient immune systems. Dogs that sniff in areas with fungal contamination may also be affected. Symptoms of Nasal Aspergillosis include nasal discharge, often odorous, and nose…

Dog Influenza

…canines may be most infectious. Approximately 80% of dogs exposed will develop the infection. Symptoms of the mild form include low-grade fever, and a soft, moist cough that persists for 10-30 days despite antibiotics or cough suppressants. A secondary bacterial infection may cause a thick, bloody, nasal discharge. Bacterial species may include Pasteurella multocida and mycoplasma. Some dogs have a dry cough, a symptom often mistaken for Kennel…

Dog Coughs

…cases, additional treatment will be required. When your dog is suffering from a cough, its important to note of the type of cough and to look for other symptoms and warning signs that your pet may be exhibiting. This could help to pinpoint the underlying factor that is causing the cough. For example, a soft, moist cough accompanied by symptoms such as fever, mucous discharge from the nasal passages, lethargy, and loss of appetite could be a sign…

Dog Nose Cancer

dogs are also more likely to have nasal cancer and it needs to be treated aggressively when detected.Signs and Symptoms of nasal cancer Although the symptoms that your dog may be experiencing do not seem that serious you should have them checked over. Often your dog will begin and will have a which may be clear or in some cases have blood in it. No matter what discharge your dog has, it is better to take them to the vet to be sure. Your dog may…

Dog Herpes Infection

…during pregnancy. It is difficult to test adult dogs for the virus, since like the human herpes it recedes and becomes undetectable. Testing for the presence of antibodies indicates if the dog has been previously exposed to the virus, and can help determine if the dog is having an active infection. Puppies infected by canine herpes display symptoms including crying, coughing, vomiting, nasal discharge, and loss of appetite. Bruising of the belly…

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