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Dogs are healthy overall, but the status of their health often has drastic changes. Though they seem resilient, it actually hides the symptoms that they may have. The smallest colds can put them in bed for days.

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Be wary of influenza and other contagious diseases during summer and autumn seasons. They should pay attention to their digestive system during their youth. Their biggest enemy is their unhealthy diet. Once in the workforce, Dogs will constantly be busy. The stress will lead to headaches and migraines.

In extreme cases, it can even lead to hysteria. To create a strong base, Dogs should begin the habit of exercising early on. Taking breaks as needed and relaxing activities such as yoga are recommended. Fortunately, things are about to take a turn for the better and provide a much needed reprieve. While Dogs are generally regarded as protectors, it is they who will be protected this year as the Pig ushers in some much needed fortune.

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It's possible Dogs may feel a bit out of place this year as differences between them and Pig will become evident. There is also a degree of simple charm that dogs will have to learn in order to make the most of In fact, you may discover even your loftiest goals within reach. For those looking to change careers this year or start a new business venture, then this is exactly the right time to do it.

The stars are aligned in your favour and the Pig is smiling down on you. You must seize the moments as they appear for you this year in order to get ahead. For those dogs who work a 9 to 5 job, your chances of getting a raise or being promoted are highly probable. This is an area where your charm will help you to go that extra mile. Dogs will also get a lot of help from their friends and family this year with their career and especially their new business ventures. Fortune favors education for Dogs this year, and it will be a great time to pursue higher education in particular, with study abroad opportunities as well.

Dogs will find that they get the best professors and have some great choices in study partners. Unfortunately, distraction will also abound this year and Dogs are easily distracted. Be sure to keep your nose to the proverbial grindstone as there will always be time for socialization later. Health is the one area where luck is not entirely on your side.

Dogs can expect to suffer from fatigue partly due to a successful career and busy love life , as well as some lesser ailments such as stomach ache and mild flu. Take care of yourself by maintaining a daily regimen of productive exercise and a balanced diet.

Year of the Dog

Motivating yourself to reach these small daily goals will have substantial effects that can be felt in other areas of your life as well. Ultimately, you can expect nothing major to befall you and that in and of itself is good news. Love conditions are favorable this year for dogs. Single dogs, and particularly women are shown to have the most fortune in this category over the coming months.

This is your sign that good things are coming your way. Your horoscope reveals that single dogs may already know their most favorable love interest, either through work or casual acquaintance. If you are already in a committed relationship, now is a good time to take things further.

Where it goes is completely up to you, but fortune favors dogs who act on what they want this year. If you're looking to get more serious with your partner or perhaps welcome a new member into the family then the time is now. It would seem that almost everything is set to go your way this year. Be careful of distractions and stay focused, but at the same time enjoy yourself. The Pig is not overly laborious, so in order to succeed this year Dogs will have to follow suit. Social interactions will be a breeze, but are also the key to getting ahead. Make sure to have a goal when consorting with superiors at work or in a business deal and you will achieve what you desire.

He is eating again and still wants to go on walks, just praying he makes it to then. Our previous lab puffed up with fluid at 9 and had to be put down 6 weeks later with liver cancer. Did you ever figure out what was the cause? My dog has a lot of similarities with yours. He got really sick beginning of April but has since Improved a bit. His enzymes are way up in his blood work. Just wondering if you figured out what the cause was? Only 2 days of symptoms lack of appetite, depression, no interest in walks or just going outdoors , my 14 year old dachshund was diagnosed with liver failure.

I took him to the vet at and just 2 hours later, he was gone. We had to put him down because his liver was beyond repairable. I miss my baby so much. He was old but still somewhat active. Now Buster, Jake and Tito are running around doggie heaven together.

My 2 month old dog was diagnosed liver disease just last week and later diagnosed of jaundice. She has been kept on medication and there is no improvement. Please what can I use to keep her healthy. My 8 yr old Rottweiler was diagnosed with severe liver failure 3 yrs ago based on blood values and lethargy, irritability and lack of appetite. My brother who is a MD, Ph. Gastroenterologist liver researcher recommended that I treat him with Milk Thistle available where vitamins are sold.

He energetic, eats well and although his liver blood work is still somewhat high he is happy and still loves to play. Hope your puppy is doing better. Kate Thank you for sharing. We are going through this today. I hope your Rottweiler is still doing well. We are going to follow what you did and pray A LOT. My 15 yr is on his way out and no good we give them cooked chicken and hotdogs for their shack. Best of luck give that Jack a hug for me please.

My 13 yo toy fox terrier has liver disease. One of the pet stores nearby suggested Honest Kitchen Dehydrated white fish it has protein, but I am told white fish does not create as much ammonia. I do mix in a few kibbles of the royal canin, but he does mostly like the white fish sometimes I mix in Honest dehydrated chicken also. It has been about 1 year. His levels keep going up, but so far he has been happy and occasionally chases our other dog around for a minute or two. He had an ultrasound six months ago and his hair has not grown back yet, so I know the issue persists.

The vet says keep him on his meds and will recheck in August. He does have some mornings where he wont eat, but usually by evening he is back to his hungry self. Best wishes to everyone. I hope something in here can help someone else. Straight to the vet! After x rays, blood work, exploratory surgery and biopsy they came up Irritable Bowel Syndrome.

Liver level was at 72 which is good. After 6 weeks of doctoring, medicine changes, Science Diet ID food and 5 overnights at the hospital, blood work showed liver level went up to over ! By then it was to late. My beautiful girl was sent to the Rainbow Bridge. We were with excellent Doctors and 3 of them conferring about our case, but with the autopsy showed cancer cells. Our beloved 12yo Kelpie mix is not doing well. She also has a tender right-side on her belly, and is now clumsy when she walks. I took the day off of work to spend with her. So treat her with worming medicine to get rid of the worms.

Treat her for 5 days on Panacur. MyMaltese is 13 years old, eating, walking, behaving and toilet all fine.

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After routie blood test was told liver reading high so had scan which showed very enlarged liver. Vet wants to do biopsy as suspects a tumour. Could this be possible without any adverse symptoms? Our six year old Dane suddenly puffed up with fluid. Within days we found out she has liver failure. Can we help her or is it to late. She seems to be weakening each day. Just 2 days ago she was running and playing. Now she us wheezing and looking like help me. The vet has her on Prednisone for fluid. I believe something for pain also.

Vet says we might get till Nov or Dec. She also has liver shunts. He has her on milk thistle also. My 8y0 rescue is dying from liver disease. About a month ago I found a growth on his leg that had not been there the day before. Straight to the vet. Spindle cell cancer contained in a sac. Took him to Auburn University where there is a pet college. Growth removed, seemed to do well, vet said he got clean margins. Yorkie 4 7oz age 9. No symptoms at this time. All blood and urine tests results were normal, no diabetes, infections, etc.

Xrays were showed nothing unusual and her skeletal was excellent, especially for her age. The original issue began in January, first visit to the vet was in March. Other than drinking excessively and the pee accidents, there have been no other symptoms. My vet did say he was not going to use a toxic med, but rather a more natural approach at this time. Why she is asymptomatic is a puzzle to us. Do you think the lack of symptoms may indicate the chance to reverse whatever is causing the problems for Phoebe, as mentioned in this website article? If so, what do you recommend we use.

I want to discuss this article and recommendations with my vet. Thank you for any insight you may be able to share. I also had her on a natural pain reliever and glucosamine and chondroitin. Prednisone may be recommended but I strongly suggest trying to avoid it if you can. I have another dog who is 13 with completely different issues who takes this med every other day and has done so for 4 years. There are a lot of side effects that can accompany this drug. Yucca is the closest thing to a natural corticosteroid there is without the bad side effects.

I have my dogs on different remedies that contain yucca in order to get it into their treatment. Food, glucosamine and chondroitin, bladder health and natural pain reliever. I recommend the bladder health due to advanced stage will begin to affect the kidneys. I wish you the best of luck! I stumbled upon this site by chance and just so happened to read your story.

I lost my baby 6 days ago and am still heartbroken but I hop I can help someone else have a good fight. My baby defeated odds, most dogs will not live 10 years with liver disease…we fought hard! Please email your reply to me as my dog has the same symptoms , has had MRI no shunt , classed as genetic problem 2 year old Daxi. My 4 year old shih tzu had a couple of growths removed from the back of his ear. When they did the surgery his blood work showed low liver levels. All the vet said we only worry when they are high.

But I want to understand what low liver enzymes mean and what I can do nutritionally to help this or what not to do for it. I do not know anything about liver enzymes for dogs. I had to put my 12 year old to sleep on Monday because of liver problems. I just put my femal yorkie down yesterday because of liver failure and it is broke my heart.

I wish I would know earlier. I know exactly how you feel. I miss her and feel guilty badly. What were the symptoms? My 7 Chihuahua stomach extends after eating and drinking. She drinks a lot and would eat anything she ccoukd get. Her liver count is elevated. Her cPL is elevated. I brought her home from her foster home when she was 2 months old and she go a tour of my house and then went for a walk.

It happened to be trash day and suddenly she stopped and started shaking and gave me a pleading look. I immediately picked her up and walked us back home through neighbors yards. We finally got home and she peed in the backyard and I comforted her until the trucks left for the day. I also trained her to bark a certain bark if she needs food or water. It was a lot easier than I thought it would be, you just have to have a lot of treats on hand or a different flavor kibble to use as a treat. I have a Yorkie with liver shunt, which causes neurological problems. We took walks at night until he felt more comfortable, which thankfully was very successfully.

I leave a nightlight on in the garage where he sleeps all the time since he still gets a little spooked by noises at night. Running a fan or heater downs out the noises and helps him sleep better too. You should refer also to your other topic about wiskers.

Dogs do find there way better in the dark because of thier very sensitive wiskers even in total darkness. I do leave at least a night light on. Chief is not afraid of the dark but I do it anyway. Can they see or sense the water. As the article mentioned, they have pretty good memorization skills and should be able to avoid it on their own. I think my dog is afraid of the dark. Is this a sign of fear?

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A word of warning- you may be very shocked or surprised the first time you log into view! Just thought Id mention! Mine is afraid of the dark, because she only barks when there is a strange noise at night. During the day, she just perks her ears. Buy a energy saving bulb and leave the light on before you leave the house and leave the radio on talk radio so they hear conversation most people have a complete quiet home or apartment and because of their hearing ability and sound would drive them nuts or you can leave the TV on.

And yes if you find them hiding or crouched to the ground when you walk in then frighten issues are visible. Nice article. My dog is fine with the dark, but he has surprisingly terrible night vision. I can take a picture with the flash on, and all the other dogs will have an eye flare from the reflective disc except him.

He is also quite afraid of people in the dark because of his poor night vision. I never noticed if they are. But it is an interesting subject.