Deseases by Name
Health Tracheal collapse Brachycephalic airway obstructive syndrome or BOAS is a disease that affects dogs and cats with short noses. Brachycephalic airway obstructive syndrome may cause severe respiratory problems Health Tramadol Tramadol is a drug in the opioid group. Tramadol is used as a painkiller to treat a moderate to severe pain. Health Thyroid Cancer The thyroid is a butterfly-shaped gland that lies adjacent to the windpipe and is responsible for producing the hormone that is essential for the body to function properly. Health Testicular Tumors Testicular tumors are common in male dogs and cats of reproductive age. The types of tumors that are often experienced include Sertoli cell tumors, Interstitial (Leydig) cell tumors, and seminomas. Health Trichiasis in dogs and cats Trichiasis in dogs and cats is the eyelashes that grow out of the normal position. Trichiasis causes the iris color to become darker, excessive tears, sticky and swelling of eyes, corneal ulcers. Health Tick Paralysis Ticks act as carriers of various diseases in animals. One of them is tick paralysis, which is caused by its saliva. While biting, tick’s potent toxin will be released through its saliva into the dog’s blood. Health Taenia taeniaeformis in dogs and cats Taenia taeniaeformis is a type of tapeworms, often found in cats, and sometimes dogs. Infected cats and dogs usually asymptomatic. Health Taenia spp. in dogs and cats Taenia spp. is a group of over 100 species of tapeworms. The infection can cause diarrhea, constipation, weight loss, abdominal pain, anal itching, or intestinal obstruction. Health Trichinella spp. in dogs and cats When dogs and cats infect, Trichinella spp. will cause muscular pain, excessive salivation (drooling), and distressed coat hair. Health Thelazia spp. in dogs and cats Flies are carriers of the Thelazia spp. in dogs and cats. Eye worms causing lacrimation, conjunctivitis, ulcer corneal, scarring corneal, or may asymptomatic at all.