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Dog Ear Tumor

On average, benign ear tumors begin to form in the ears of dogs at 9 years of age. The most common of these tumors include papillomas, inflammatory polyps, and basal cell tumors. The ceruminous gland adenomas, another frequently seen tumor in the ear, are a benign tumor that appears on the glands of the ear that produce earwax. The most common malignant tumor found in the ears of dogs is the ceruminous gland adenocarcinoma, which is found in the…

Dog Intestinal Tumors

…environmental and cultural factors, as well as neutering and spaying practices between the countries. Most intestinal tumors in dogs are usually malignant. However, some exceptions can and do exist. Most of these benign polyps or adenomas are usually found in the dog’s rectum. Yet, carcinomas can occur frequently in dogs as well. Older male dogs that are between the ages of six and nine years of age are predisposed to intestinal tumors. The most…

Cat Hematochezia

…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 into another part of the bowel • Rectal, colon or anal diseaseSigns and Symptoms…

Dog Hematochezia

…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 into another part of the bowel • Rectal, colon or anal diseaseSigns and Symptoms…

Dog Laryngeal Paralysis

…may occur. A veterinarian can diagnose by examining the larynx under light anaesthesia. During inhaling, the laryngeal cartridges will fail to open as widely as normal. At this time, the veterinarian can check for polyps and cancers. Chest radiographs or echocardiograms may rule out heart or lung disease or other causes.Treatment Treatment can include one of four surgical procedures: arytenoid cartilage lateralization, ventricular cordectomy…

Dog Urinary Incontinence

…also been instances where male dogs developed incontinence due to prostate problems. It is rare to see this condition caused by a hereditary or congenital abnormality. In some older dogs the cause may be attributed to polyps or tumors within the bladder. Also, any injury to the nerves going to the bladder can cause incontinence to occur.Dogs at Risk Female dogs have a higher rate of incontinence as they age than male dogs do. Spayed or neutered…

Cat Ear Tumor

On average, benign ear tumors begin to form in the ear of cats at 7 years of age. The most common of these tumors include papillomas, inflammatory polyps, and basal cell tumors. The ceruminous gland adenomas, another frequently seen tumor in the ear, are a benign tumor that appears on the glands of the ear that produce earwax. The most common malignant tumor found in the ears of cats is the ceruminous gland adenocarcinoma, which is found in the…

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