Dog Articles, Symptoms

Sneezing in Dogs

Normal, healthy animals may sneeze occasionally as a result to dust or other irritants. Persistent, repeated, or violent sneezing has many potential causes.

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Drooling or Foaming at the Mouth in Cats and Dogs

Foaming at the mouth and drooling have similar causes.  Most cases of foaming or frothing at the mouth simply involve drooling combined with panting (cats, dogs) or rapid breathing.  Drooling is also known as hypersalivation.

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Bloody Urine in Cats and Dogs

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Squinting, Tearing, or Discharge from the Eyes in Cats and Dogs

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Diarrhea in Cats and Dogs

Diarrhea is an extremely common problem in both cats and dogs. Mild, transient diarrhea rarely is a cause for concern. Severe or chronic diarrhea is often caused by major medical conditions, and can be damaging to a pet’s health in its own right.

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Bad Breath (Halitosis) in Cats and Dogs

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Head Shaking in Cats and Dogs

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Causes are listed in order from most common to least common. In dogs and cats, ear problems are by far the most common cause of head shaking.

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Swelling of the Face in Cats and Dogs

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Limping in Cats and Dogs

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Trembling in Cats and Dogs

Most instances of trembling in pets are the result of temporary excitement, fear, or cold. Therefore, in most cases, trembling is not a serious concern.  However, some instances of trembling may be caused by serious medical problems.

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