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Gallbladder Disease in PetsGallbladder Disease is fairly common in humans but is not very common in pets. The gallbladder is a sac...

…Other causes can be gall stones, cancerous tumours, trauma, and bacterial inflammation.Diagnosis of gallbladder disease is difficult because the signs are often vague ( vomiting, abdominal pain, anorexia) and laboratory tests are not specific. Ultrasound diagnosis is the most common way of pinpointing gallbladder problems.Gallbladder disease is treated by treating the underlying cause. If the cause is not a stone or a tumor causing an…

Gallbladder Disease in PetsYesterday I watched a veterinary surgeon remove a dog’s gallbladder because tehe dog had an obstruction...

…Other causes can be gall stones, cancerous tumours, trauma, and bacterial inflammation.Diagnosis of gallbladder disease is difficult because the signs are often vague ( vomiting, abdominal pain, anorexia) and laboratory tests are not specific. Ultrasound diagnosis is the most common way of pinpointing gallbladder problems.Gallbladder disease is treated by treating the underlying cause. If the cause is not a stone or a tumor causing an…

Gallbladder Disease in PetsGallbladder disease is fairly common in humans but is not very common in pets. The gallbladder is a sac...

…Other causes can be gall stones, cancerous tumours, trauma, and bacterial inflammation.Diagnosis of gallbladder disease is difficult because the signs are often vague ( vomiting, abdominal pain, anorexia) and laboratory tests are not specific. Ultrasound diagnosis is the most common way of pinpointing gallbladder problems.Gallbladder disease is treated by treating the underlying cause. If the cause is not a stone or a tumor causing an…

Dandelion for petsIf spring ever comes, my lawn will be full of dandelions. I love dandelions because personally I think they look...

…stimulate appetite and help with bladder problems. Dandelion is also good for digestion and can help with chronic gas issues. It is a natural diuretic so it can be used in heart failure cases ,to help prevent bladder stones and for gall bladder disease. Dandelion root is a liver tonic and helps to remove toxins from the body, via the kidneys. IF you decide to try this for your dog, make sure he gets to go outside regularly as it does stimulate…

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