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Irregular Track between Artery and Vein in Dogs
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Irregular Track between Artery and Vein in Dogs

Irregular Track between Artery and Vein is also known as arteriovenous fistula, which is an abnormal and low resistance connection between an artery and vein. If the passenger is large enough, it may cause a high fraction of total cardiac output to bypass the capillary bed, creating it so that the tissues to receive little or no oxygen. The heart tries to repay for the lack of oxygen by pumping blood out to the body at a high rate that makes results in high output or congestive heart failure. The location of the arteriovenous fistulae varies and it can be found in the head, neck, tongue, ear, cerebrum, liver, lung and gastrointestinal tract. Irregular Track between Artery and Vein in Dogs – Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment Symptoms and Types The symptoms of the arteriovenous fistula ...
Abnormal Molar Development in Dogs
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Abnormal Molar Development in Dogs

The Abnormal Molar Development is the formation of the mandibular tooth, a molar can be found three teeth besides the midline of the dog’s jaw. It is an oral health issue that can be seen primarily in small dog breed dogs. The mandibular tooth is the first permanent teeth that is developed in a calcified crown and it is one of the largest. It can be found in any gender but smaller breed dogs are at risk due to having a small amount of space in the jaw for molar grow into. Thus, it is recommended that all kinds of small breed dogs should be given a full evaluation of mandibular first molar as they were growing in. Today’s article on Pets Trouble will provide a detailed description of Abnormal Molar Development with its symptoms and treatment. Abnormal Molar Development in Dogs – Symptoms a...
Irregular Heart Rhythm in Dogs
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Irregular Heart Rhythm in Dogs

Irregular Heart Rhythm in Dogs is also known as Sinus Bradycardia (SB), which indicates a slower-than-normal rate of impulses in the sinus node. It initiates the electrical pulses with the heart that helps it in triggering the heart to contract or beat. Mostly, slow sinus electrical impulses are benign that can be beneficial. Still, it can also cause loss of consciousness, if it brought about an underlying disease that disrupts the cardiac nerves. It acts as the heart’s control system. It is a fairly common disease in dogs in a variety of breeds. However, this irregular heart rhythm is more common in young dogs than older ones. Todays’ article on pets trouble with letting you know about the Irregular Heart Rhythm in Dogs along with its symptoms and treatment. Irregular Heart Rhythm in Dog...
Irregular Growths in the Lower Intestines of Dogs
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Irregular Growths in the Lower Intestines of Dogs

Rectoanal polyps are one of the well-known diseases in dogs. It is an Irregular Growths in the Lower Intestines. The polyps or abnormal growth may be directly attached to the intestinal wall or is connected through a stalk-like cylindrical connection. Most polyps are non-cancerous and they are merely extensions of the innermost tissue lining of the lower intestine wall. Most cases of growth are usually isolated and sometimes dogs may suffer from Irregular multiple growths. The disease of Irregular Growths in the Lower Intestines in dogs and cats is described in today’s article of Pets Trouble. It’s a request for our visitors to understand the symptoms and types mentioned below and share them with others. Irregular Growths in the Lower Intestines – Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment S...
Abnormal Eyelid in Dogs
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Abnormal Eyelid in Dogs

The Abnormal Eyelid in Dogs is one of the inherited diseases in dogs in which a small portion of their eyelid is folded or inverted inward. It causes an eyelash or its hair to irritate and scratch the surface of the eye, which results in corneal ulceration or perforation. It causes dark-colored scar tissue to build up over the wound which may results in loss of vision as well. Ectropion is extremely common in dogs and it is seen in a variety of breeds including short-nosed breeds, sporting breeds and giant breeds. It is always diagnosed around the time the puppy reaches its first birthday. The condition or disease is discussed in our today’s article and these diseases can be found in Cats as well if you would like to learn more about the pet's conditions and their symptoms than you shou...
Abnormal Elbow Development in Dogs
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Abnormal Elbow Development in Dogs

Elbow dysplasia in dogs Elbow dysplasia is a disease caused by abnormal growth of cells, tissues, or bone, which is also called Abnormal Elbow Development in Dogs. The situation is characterized by a series of four developmental abnormalities that lead to the malformation and degeneration of the elbow joint. It is the common causes of elbow pain and dementia and one of the most common reasons for premature dementia in dogs of large and giant breeds. Labrador retrievers, Golden retrievers, Rottweilers, German shepherd dogs, Bernese mountain dogs, chow, bearded collies, and Newfoundland breeds are most commonly affected. The age of the onset of clinical signs is usually four to ten months, with the diagnosis generally taking about 4 to 18 months. One type of condition is more likely to a...