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Diseases A-Z

Welcome to Web-DVM’s Canine and Feline Health Articles page. All health articles offer indepth information regarding all of the canine and feline diseases listed below, and have been written and provided, courtesy of founder Dr. Roger L. Welton, as well as other contributors. Please feel free to make use of these articles as a valuable, free information source, but keep in mind that your veterinarian is always the best source for making decisions about your pet’s care. More articles will be added in time for your informational enjoyment, so please feel free to check back often.

Epulis Medially Luxating Patella
Fibrocartilagenous Embolism Megacolon
Fibrosarcoma Megaesophagus
FIP Melanoma
FIV Mesenteric Torsion
Allergic Bronchitis
Fleas Myasthenia Gravis
AV Block Glaucoma Organophosphate Toxicity
Bartonella GI Foreign Body Obstruction Osteochondritis
Basal Cell Tumor Heart Murmur Osteosarcoma
Bloat/Gastric Dilatation & Volvulus Heartworm Disease Pancreatitis
Calicivirus Hemangiosarcoma Panleukopenia (Feline Distemper)
Canine Cognitive Dysfunction Hepatic Lipidosis Panosteitis
Canine Infectious Hepatitis Hip Dysplasia Papilloma Virus/Warts
Canine Influenza Virus – Dog Flu Histiocytoma Parvo
Cervical Stenosis Hyperthyroidism Patent Ductus Arteriosus
Cholangiohepatitis Hypertrophic
Chronic Active Hepatitis Hypothyroidism Portosystemic Shunt
Cirrhosis Idiopathic Canine Vacuolar Hepatopathy Pyloric Stenosis
Collapsing Trachea Immune Mediated Hemolytic Anemia Pyometra
Corneal Ulcer Inflammatory Bowel Disease Rhinotracheitis (Feline Herpes Virus)
Corona Virus Intervertebral Disc Disease Ringworm
Cranial Cruciate Ligament Rupture Intestinal Parasites
Congestive Heart Failure
KCS Separation Anxiety
Kennel Cough Skin Allergies
Degenerative Myelopathy Kidney Failure Splenic Hematoma
Diabetes Leptospirosis Systemic Lupus Erythrematosus (SLE)
Discoid Lupus Lick Granuloma Spondylosis
Distemper Lipoma Urinary Incontinence
Eating Grass Lower Urinary Tract Disease  Urinary Obstruction
Ehrlichia Lyme Disease  Urinary Tract Disease
Elbow Dysplasia Lymphoma Uveitis
Eosinophilic Ulcer/
Mammary Tumors Vestibular Syndrome
Epilepsy Mange
Epitheliomas Mast Cell Tumor

11 thoughts on “Diseases A-Z

  1. vickie williams says:

    I have a 14 year old cat she is not eating or drinking. When you touch the base of her tail on her back she hisses and hollered. What could it be?

  2. Ava cummingds says:

    I have a 15 year old dog he is drinking a lot and pooping and peeing inside the house he’s never done that what is wrong eith my poor puppy

  3. This is possibly determine the cause of death of my 8 year 11 month old yellow lab who died on 11-27-19. Your help would be greatly appreciated in helping me come to some closure about his death . I miss my buddy each day. here”s some particulars . I awoke at 545 am and found he had defecated in the hallway with numerous solid poop , urinated in the foyer and vomited 4 places and the vomit was whitish discharge. I brought him outside where I witnessed gait disturbance and much disorientation. he continued trying yo defecate without success he finally laid down in the grass seemed to be in shock . his breathing becomes more labored . he whimpered a bit . . When my son got home from work at 730 am , we lifted him into the suv . And went to vets office . It did not open until 8 am ; he took his last breathe at 730am . if you have any theories as to the cause of death . I would be most greatful . a technician at the vets office thought it might be gastric torsion . I always wonder was I too late in intervening .

  4. Samantha Davis says:

    My little dog got into a fight there are no wounds but he is swelling up fast

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