Does your pet regard your lawn as the perfect place to snack? Eating grass may not seem very appetizing to you, but your pet doesn't share your disdain. In fact, both dogs and cats enjoy eating a ...View Article
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This pup's about to have one big tummy ache!
Gastrointestinal disease in pets can be either minor or more serious in nature. Dogs most commonly suffer from dietary intolerance, toxicity due to ingestion of poisonous substances, inflammatory bowel disease and stomach cancer. In order to determine the severity of gastrointestinal disease present, our veterinarians will perform various diagnostic tests to rule out life-threatening diseases. Pet owners should monitor their pets for unusual symptoms and seek prompt medical help to initiate early treatment. The symptoms vary according to the type and severity of disease that develops, but can include: vomiting, diarrhea, constipation, loss of appetite, weight loss, distended abdomen, pain or discomfort.