Deseases by Name
Health Calculus There are fewer studies of Calculus in animals. Calculus can occur in both dogs and cats. Health Cleft lip and cleft palate (orofacial cleft) Cleft lip and cleft palate (orofacial cleft) occur when there is a gap in the middle of the lips. Health Canine Parvovirus The common symptoms found in Canine parvovirus include diarrhea, weight loss, bloody diarrhea, and dehydration, etc. Health Chocolate (with toxicity meter) Chocolate occurs from the seed transformation of Theobroma cacao, which contains caffeine and theobromine that are toxic to animals Health Clonazepam Clonazepam (also known as Klonopin) is a drug used to treat anxiety or panic in dogs and cats. Clonazepam can also treat seizures. Health Conjunctivitis in dogs and cats Conjunctivitis is the inflammation of the outer tissue of the eye and the inner skin of the eyelids, causing gums, or mucus from the eyes, creating blood spots, irritation eyes or swollen eyelids. Health Collie eye anomaly Collie eye anomaly is an inherited disease affecting the white part of the eye, creating scleral coloboma, the retina is peeling off, cleft marks on the retina, eye bleeding. Health Cherry eye in dogs and cats Cherry eye caused by the glands of the third eyelid that is unusual, appearing as a red-pink lump around the third eyelid. In most cases, the pain is not shown, but it may annoy irritation eyes. Health Cataracts in dogs and cats Cataract is a condition in which the lens or cornea is white (cloudy), gray, or blue, causing less light to pass through which results in opaque and thus vision impairment, and clumsiness. Health Chalazion in dogs and cats Non-painful stye or Chalazion is a type of lump found on the upper and lower eyelids. Chalazion in dogs and cats causing an eyelid inflammation, lump in the eyelid, itch, or reddish eyelid.