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Category Archives: Pet Diseases
Why a dog or a cat shows gagging?
Definition: Gagging means sudden and consequent of contraction of pharyngeal muscles which lead to special sound and movement of pharynx but different from coughing. Reasons: 1- Brachycephalic breeds like Pug dogs or Persian cats because of anatomy of pharynx. 2- … Continue reading
Anesthetic procedure which is used for dogs or cats
For major surgeries like spay or neutering deep anesthesia is necessary not only for preventing from pain in patients but also for doing surgery easily.Anesthesia has three steps: 1-Using pre-medication: It means your veterinarian injects some special medications to calm your … Continue reading
How can skin diseases of dogs or cats be prevented?
There are so many reasons for skin problems in dogs and cats from biting by insects to hormonal imbalances.However if you pay attention to these items the chance of skin diseases can be low. 1- Diet ; try to use … Continue reading
Why my dog or cat shows vomiting?
Vomiting is a relax that causes moving materials from stomach to the mouth via esophagus.Esophagus has peristaltic movement that sends foods from moth to stomach.In vomiting with anti-peristaltic movement of esophagus foods and liquid were returned to the mouth cavity. … Continue reading
How long does it take when a toxic material ( poison) which is eaten affects a pet?
Poison: every materiel which has a potential to affect physiological activity of an organ of a pet’s body can be a poison. Poisonous materials can be absorbed via digestion: chocklate , inhalation :carbon monoxide, skin : arsenic, injection: overdose medications.This … Continue reading
Why a male dog has blood spots in the urine (pee) after neutering ( castration ) surgery?
This is not a permanent problem after neutering.In large breeds and those who have surgery after puberty possibility of bleeding with urination ( hematuria) specially at the end of urination as blood spots is more.Also bruising, skin color changing ( … Continue reading
Why does a neutered ( fixed) dog show erection?
Anatomy of penis in dogs is different from humans.Penis of a dog doesn’t have glans ( tip of the penis with sensitive tissue) instead of that it has bulbus glandis at base of penis shaft.Penis in dogs has a long … Continue reading
Why is a cancer ( tumor ) shaped in pets?
Cancer ( tumor ) means a mass of abnormal cells in body.If this mass can send a cell to other parts of body to involve them , it is malignant-bad- tumor like lymphoma and if it is vise versa, it … Continue reading
What is the procedure which is used to diagnose a disease by a veterinarian?
There is a standard and scientific method to diagnose a pet’s disease which includes respectively: 1- Taking history: includes questions that your vet asks them from you like your pets food, age, sex, spay or neuter and symptoms that you have … Continue reading
Why is pre-surgical blood test recommended by vets before surgery?
Every surgery or dentistry for pets needs anesthesia.To do anesthesia some medications like Hydromorphone, Acepromazine, Ketamine and Diazepam are used and to maintain anesthesia, anesthetic gas like Isoflurane is necessary.Every medication has to be metabolized by liver and kidneys to … Continue reading