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Quick Answers To Your Dog's Medical Symptoms
Tuesday 22nd of August 2017



Breathing Difficulties

Below you will find dog diseases or conditions that include Breathing Difficulties as a possible symptom. Click on a diagnosis link for disease or condition information.

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Amyloidosis

Possible Symptoms Of Amyloidosis

Abdomen Distention
Appetite Loss
Breathing Difficulties
Excessive Thirst
Excessive Urination
Fever
Swollen Joints
Weight Loss

View Information - - amyloidosis


Babesiosis

Possible Symptoms Of Babesiosis

Blood Tinged Urine
Breathing Difficulties
Jaundice
Labored Breathing
Listlessness - Lack Of Energy
Nasal Discharge That Is Blood Tinged

View Information - - babesiosis


Blastomycosis

Possible Symptoms Of Blastomycosis

Appetite Loss
Breathing Difficulties
Cough
Eye Discharge
Fever
Lameness
Lesions - Pus - Filled
Weight Loss

View Information - - blastomycosis


Cleft Palate

Possible Symptoms Of Cleft Palate

Anorexia
Breathing Difficulties
Cough
Food And Liquids Coming Out Of The Dog’s Nose When Eating
Gagging
Gagging On Food
Increased Airway Noises
Malnourishment

View Information - - cleft palate


Heartworm

Possible Symptoms Of Heartworm

Appetite Loss
Breathing Difficulties
Cough With Blood
Listlessness - Lack Of Energy
Weight Loss

View Information - - heartworm


Nasal Polyps

Possible Symptoms Of Nasal Polyps

Breathing Difficulties
Nasal Discharge That Is Blood Tinged
Noisy Breathing
Nose Discharge
Nosebleeds

View Information - - nasal polyps


Nasal Tumors

Possible Symptoms Of Nasal Tumors

Breathing Difficulties
Bulge On Side Of Nose
Nasal Discharge That Is Blood Tinged
Noisy Breathing
Nose Discharge
Nosebleeds

View Information - - nasal tumors


Pleural Effusion

Possible Symptoms Of Pleural Effusion

Appetite Loss
Breathing Difficulties
Collapse After Any Amount Of Exertion
Cough
Difficulty Breathing
Exhaustion By Just A Little Exercise
Lethargy
Rapid Breathing
Stance With Elbows Out - Chest Fully Expanded - Head And Neck Extended
Weight Loss

View Information - - pleural effusion




Remember, this information is for reference only. Always contact your vet or pet profesional for advice.


 






The information contained on this site is for the sole purpose of being informative and is not and should not be used or relied upon as medical advice.
Seek the advice of your vet or other qualified pet care provider before you decide on any treatment or for answers to any questions you may have regarding a canine medical symptom or medical condition.



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