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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.

Addison's disease in dogs

Addison's disease is a potentially life-threatening disease that can also affect dogs. If the disease is recognised and treated in good time, however, a largely normal life is normally possible for af..

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Incontinence in dogs: all the important facts about bladder weakness

Incontinence is not uncommon in dogs. In many cases the bladder weakness affects old dogs. However, it may just as well be that younger animals are also affected. Below you'll find out what causes i..

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Dog drinks a lot: common causes and important tips for owners

If a dog drinks a lot, there are several possible causes. This is not always a cause for concern. In many cases, the excessive thirst has completely harmless reasons.  However, it is a..

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Dog trembles: causes and countermeasures

If your dog trembles, this can have many different reasons. In many cases the causes are completely harmless. However, it is also possible that your dog's tremor is a sign of a serious health prob..

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Liver diseases in dogs: causes, symptoms and treatment

The liver is an important part of the metabolism and is involved in numerous processes in the dog's body from nutrient utilization to detoxification. However, various liver diseases can impair the..

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Pancreatitis in dogs

The technical term for the pancreas is pancreas. If your dog suffers from pancreatitis, this is also known as pancreatitis. Inflammation of the pancreas is a serious condition that can cause your..

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Detecting heartburn in dogs and treating it naturally

Just like humans, dogs can also suffer from heartburn. The associated complaints are extremely unpleasant for our four-legged friends and should therefore not go unnoticed. In the following w..

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Why dogs eat excrements

Many dog owners probably know it from their own experience. Your own dog suddenly eats excrement with great enthusiasm. The technical term for this behavior is coprophagy. In this article we explain ..

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Digestion in the dog

With a species-appropriate nutrition you make sure that the digestion functions correctly with your dog and your four-legged friend remains permanently healthy and vital. Because inferior food and mi..

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Constipation in dogs: causes, symptoms and treatment

If your dog suffers from constipation, you should not take it lightly. Digestive problems can quickly have serious consequences and, in the worst case, can even cause permanent damage to the four-legg..

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Kidney insufficiency in dogs

If kidney failure occurs in dogs, this has serious consequences for the animal. After all, kidneys are a vital organ. Their task is to filter toxins out of the body. If they are no longer able to do t..

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Epilepsy in dogs: Forms, symptoms and treatment

Like humans, dogs can develop epilepsy and suffer from the typical seizures associated with the disease. If there are frequent seizures, epilepsy is often a major burden for dogs and their owners. ..

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Bladder infection in dogs

Dogs can also suffer from cystitis. Although in principle every four-legged friend can be affected by it, there is an increased risk especially with older animals as well as castrated bitches. As with..

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IBD in dogs: causes and possibilities of treatment

The abbreviation IBD stands for Inflammatory Bowel Disease. It is a chronic intestinal inflammation. If your dog suffers from IBD, this can be felt in the form of digestive problems, abdominal pain an..

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