Organ diseases in dogs
Just like humans, dogs can also suffer from a number of organ diseases. Apart from a comparatively harmless cystitis, these include a life-threatening stomach torsion, for which there is a high risk, especially in large breeds of dogs.
Furthermore, urinary stones, liver diseases and chronic kidney failure are among the possible organ diseases that dog owners should keep an eye on in their four-legged friend.
The necessary treatment measures and the chances of recovery depend on the exact disease. In our guidebooks, we go into detail about common organ diseases in dogs and explain, among other things, what causes them and how they become noticeable.