Deseases by Name
Health Amphetamines in dogs and cats Amphetamines are toxic in cats and dogs. Amphetamine in dogs and cats causes vomiting, diarrhea, rapid heartbeat, dilated pupils, high blood pressure, seizures or death. Health Alprazolam in dogs and cats (Xanax) Alprazolam in dogs and cats (Xanax), when used overdose, will cause Severe sedation, aggression, incoordination, hypothermia, nausea, vomiting, respiratory depression, and may cause heart disease. Health Acetaminophen in dogs and cats (Paracetamol) When dogs and cats receive Acetaminophen (Paracetamol), it will cause dyspnea, swelling in the neck and legs, swelling of the limbs, hypothermia, kidney and liver damage, vomiting, coma, and may die. Health Antifreeze in dogs and cats When dogs and cats accidentally lick the antifreeze, it will cause ataxia, nausea, vomiting, extreme urination, diarrhea, rapid breathing, rapid heartbeat, lameness, seizure, fainting, coma, or death. Health Asteroid hyalosis (AH) in dogs and cats Asteroid hyalosis (AH) is a condition that has sediment, a small spot, round, sparkling in the eye Health Aggression toward own kind Aggression is the most common and most dangerous behavior in pets as Aggressive because of guarding the territory. Health Aggression toward own humans Aggressive behavior of pets against humans must have behavior Intentionally hurt, Attacking, Barking and Aggressive. Health Aggression toward other animals Aggressive behavior is a raw instinct in all animals, even in pets must have behavior Maternal and Guarding the objects. Health Abnormal Repetitive Behaviors Abnormal repetitive behaviors are the term that covers all the strange behaviors of animals that must have behavior Fur licking. Health Anal Sac Adenocarcinoma in Dogs and Cats Most of the symptoms of Anal sac adenocarcinoma found are the lumps in the anus, tumors in the anus, most of which are small in size.