Ehrlichiosis or Blood Parasitism

Like Dengue Fever in humans, blood parasitism is a microbe carried by insects. In the case of dogs, these insects are ticks (not mosquitoes). If you read Marvel Comics, blood parasitism in dogs is like Galactus and the planets. In order to survive, the cosmic entity Galactus needs to consume planets. Blood parasites need to consume cells in your dog’s …

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Canine Leptospirosis

Your dog killed a big rat several weeks ago. Today, your dog is weak and his eyes, ears and skin are yellow. Luckily, there is a cure and prevention for Lepto in Manila and it involves just buying a few medicines and having your pet vaccinated. If your dog is at the early stages of the infection without kidney and …

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Canine Parvovirus Infection

Canine Parvovirus is a highly contagious and potentially lethal viral infection that affects the tummy, intestines, and white blood cells (or soldier cells that guard your dog’s body). The hallmark sign of Canine Parvovirus is a bloody diarrhea with a fishy odor. This is a common viral disease of puppies less than 1 year old, and in uncommon cases, unvaccinated …

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While everyone is enjoying their bowl of Sinigang na Hipon (sour shrimp soup) at lunch, a nasty smell pervaded your dining room. You followed the source through your nose. Aha! It was your pooch’s dung, ala-chocolate-syrup! Before you throw up you must be wondering why your pet has a soft poop. It was fine last night. Diarrhea is a change …

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Seeing your pet throw up is worrisome. Vomiting forcefully ejects food and fluid from your pet’s tummy. If the food is undigested (still whole), it originated from the stomach. If it is digested (broken down in mushy appearance), it came from the intestines. There are three stages of vomiting: Nausea (hilo) – too much saliva, swallowing and licking of lips …

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