Deseases by Name
Health Insecticides in dogs and cats When dogs and cats receive insecticides, it will cause fever, vomiting, diarrhea, loss of appetite, depression, muscle tremors, excessive salivation, constricted pupils, rapid heartbeat, and dyspnea. Health Ibuprofen in dogs and cats When dogs and cats eat Ibuprofen, it will cause nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, bloody feces, blood in vomit, acute renal failure, seizures, incoordination, coma, or death. Health Infectious Bartonella in dog Infectious Bartonella in dogs is an epidemic disease in dogs. When infected it will cause fever, eye inflammation, nose bleeding, cough, seizures, diarrhea, and internal system problems. Health Infectious Bartonella in cat Bartonella in cat is a bacterial infection from a bacterium, which Bartonella infection call Cat Scratch Disease or cat scratch fever, can spread to humans, causing lethargy, loss of appetite. Health Imperforate lacrimal punctum in dogs Imperforate lacrimal punctum in dogs, is a nasolacrimal duct obstruction in the conjunctiva, causing epiphora, there are rust-colored stains on the eye corner or face. Health Immune mediated eosinophilic keratoconjunctivitis in cats Immune mediated eosinophilic keratoconjunctivitis (IMEKS) is a disease found in cats, causing a white or yellow plaques on the surface cornea, inflammation eye, third eyelid hyperemia. Health Inappropriate elimination Inappropriate elimination, excreting outside the sandbox or the pee pad is a must-have behavioral problem of pets. Health Insulinomas in Dogs and Cats The symptoms commonly found in insulinomas in dogs and cats include syncope, seizure, severe weakness, and neurological disorder, etc. Health Ingestive Eating and drinking behaviors are essential to the body if Strange behavior while eating as Eat feces and Polydipsia. Health Iris Melanosis in dogs and cats Iris Melanosis in cats and dogs a brown spot on the iris, may have been a golden yellow, green, light brown color in the iris and developed into a dark brown color.