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51. Lyme disease in dogs  
Lyme disease in dogs Lyme disease (Lyme borreliosis) is an infectious disease transferred by ticks. In addition to game and rodents, it also affects dogs and humans. In Germany approximately…  
52. Cushing’s syndrome  
One of the most common hormonal imbalances is the over-functioning of the adrenal cortex, known as Cushing’s syndrome. Cushing’s syndrome occurs particularly in smaller breeds of dog. The symptoms…  
53. Diabetes in dogs  
Dogs can also suffer from elevated levels of glucose in the blood i.e. diabetes mellitus. If the early indications are recognised, however, the dog can receive treatment at an early stage, it can…  
54. Epilepsy in dogs  
Dogs can also develop epilepsy. Although such seizures are generally not as serious as they look, the potential cause should be determined. A phase of restlessness or clinging attachment to the…  
55. Fever in dogs  
Fever is a common sign of illness in dogs. By using a thermometer you can measure your dog’s current state quickly and easily. The normal body temperature in dogs is slightly higher than that of…  
56. Fleas in dogs  
There is always a risk that dogs will catch fleas when the weather is warm. An owner wishing to spare their pet from these bloodsuckers, should take precautionary measures. Practically every dog…  
57. Signs of illness in dogs  
As the owner, you are generally the first to notice when your dog shows signs of illness. These can manifest, for example, as unusual behaviour, a reduction in food consumption or a change in…  
58. When a dog is scratching itself  
If a dog scratches itself frequently and its skin or fur have changed, or if it has open wounds, you should determine the cause. Itchiness can cause dogs a lot of discomfort. Animals often injure…  
59. If your dog is limping  
If your dog shows signs of pain in joints or muscles, limps, or is not using any of its legs, this is known as lameness. In order to avoid permanent damage you should get the problem checked out by…  
60. Renal insufficiency in dogs  
If a dog has problems urinating, it can be a sign of chronic renal insufficiency. Conditions affecting internal organs can also occur quite commonly in dogs, especially as they get older. The organs…  
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