Pink eye in dogs, also known as red eye or conjunctivitis, is an itchy inflammation of the tissue in the inner eyelids and the whites of the eyes. Conjunctivitis in dogs may look the same as pink eye in humans, but it is often caused by irritation, rather than a contagious infection.
Abscesses in dogs can be defined as pockets of pus somewhere in the body, commonly including the skin, mouth, between the toes, or within the body cavity. There are many types of abscesses in dogs that range from small and superficial to large and dangerous.
E. coli is a bacteria that is usually benign, but symptoms can appear in dogs when the concentration is too high and results in a disease called colibacillosis or E. coli infection. Here’s what you should know.
Eating poop is actually not all that uncommon among dogs. It’s called coprophagia, and it’s generally a natural behavior with a few different causes.
Kidney infections in dogs can lead to serious symptoms and conditions if left untreated, including kidney failure and death. Here is what you should know.
Salmonella infection, or salmonellosis, is a condition in dogs that is caused by salmonella bacteria. Here is what you should know.