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Quick Answers To Your Dog's Medical Symptoms
Sunday 23rd of April 2017




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Select a symptom below to find a possible diagnosis for your dog.


Scabs
Scaly Skin
Scarring And Hair Loss Around The Head
Scooting Buttocks On Ground
Scratching
Scuffed Paws
Seizures
Sensitivity To Light
Sensitivity To Touch
Separation Of The Two Sides Of The Jaw Allowing Them To Move Independently
Severe Lameness
Shaking
Shiny-looking Skin
Shock
Shortness Of Breath
Skin Looks Like A Burn
Skin Nodules
Skin On The Nose May Seep And Crust
Skin Sores
Slobbering
Slow Breathing
Slow Respiratory Rate
Sluggishness
Small Pupil Size
Small Red Itchy Bumps
Sneezing
Soft Eye
Sores On The External Part Of The Nose
Spay-legged Stance While Urinating
Spitting
Spontaneous And Random Movements Of The Eyes
Sporatic Vomiting
Spread-legged Stance
Staggering
Staining To Urinate
Stance With Elbows Out - Chest Fully Expanded - Head And Neck Extended
State Of Almost Being Hypnotic
Stiff Gait
Stiff Neck
Stilted-gait
Stomach Pain
Stretch Out
Strong Amonia-like Odor On The Dog Or Bedding
Stuper
Sudden Appearance Of Continuous And Uncontrollable Tremors
Sudden Change In Behavior
Sudden Loss Of Balance
Sudden Onset Of Paralysis In One, Or Several Limbs
Sudden Onset Of Muscle Weakness
Sunken Eye
Sunken Eyes
Swaying Of The Body
Swelling Around The Face Area
Swelling Of A Joint
Swelling Of The Breasts
Swelling Of The Facial Muscles
Swelling Of The Legs
Swelling Of The Mammary Glands
Swelling Of The Tissues
Swollen Anal Sacs
Swollen Bump On Skin
Swollen Eyelids
Swollen Gums
Swollen Joints
Swollen Lymph Nodes
Swollen Skin
Swollen Stomach
Swollen Vulva
Swollen, Tender Bladder



 






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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