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Dog Hypercalcemia

…can cause hypercalcemia as well. Lymphosarcoma, which is a type of can be one of the causes for hypercalcemia, as well as chronic kidney failure or hyperparathyroidism. and or adenocarcimoa of the anal sacs or cancer of the glands themselves can also induce an abnormally high level of calcium in your dog. and other cancers such as , nasal Adenocarcinoma, , thyroid adenocarcinoma as well as a host of other cancers can also cause hypercalcemia.

Cat Hypercalcemia

…also cause hypercalcemia. Dehydration that includes high albumin or over activity of the parathyroid glands can contribute as well.Signs and Symptoms Symptoms of hypercalcemia are similar to those of many other ailments. • and subsequent • • Lethargy • • Cat Loss of Appetite]] Any changes in your cat’s drinking habits should be noted.Diagnosis Once other possible underlying conditions have been ruled out or corrected and the hypercalcemia

Hypocalcemia

…is found in our bones, muscles, and even blood. The amount of calcium present needs to be very carefully regulated and too much calcium (hypercalcemia) or too little calcium (hypocalcemia) can be dangerous. In cases of hypocalcemia the body may actually “steal” calcium from the bones and in cases of hypercalcemia the kidneys remove calcium from the blood and it is excreted in urine. These mechanisms are controlled by hormones: parathyroid hormone…

Dog Anal Gland Tumors

…For benign anal tumors, the prognosis is great once castration or surgery has taken place. If the tumors are malignant, the average survival for dogs with this condition was estimated to be 544 days. Canines with tumors smaller than 10 centimeters seemed to do better than those with larger growths. Dogs that had hypercalcemia also did progressively worse than those that did not suffer from the additional calcium.Suggested Products

Cat Addisons Disease

Addisons disease or hypoadrenocorticism is a disorder of the endocrine system due to insufficient production of the adrenal gland hormones. Addison’s disease affects young cats, although it is a relevantly rare disease. The condition is very treatable but can be fatal without proper veterinary care.Causes The most common cause of Addisons disease in cats is the destruction of the adrenal tissue, mainly due to the over active response of the cats…

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