Pets with allergies tend to be very itchy so they will scratch, bite, and lick their skin. You will also notice hair loss, sores/wounds, skin bumps/pustules, and rashes.
Constipation happens occasionally in pets. Troubles with urinating can be a real life threatening emergency. Struggles with passing feces can be dealt with prescription from your Vet.
Certain kinds of cough is contagious, but most cases can be resolved without treatment. Medications may speed up recovery or minimize symptoms during the course of infection.
Pets with symptoms of diarrhea can behave as normal, but prolonged condition can lead to dehydration and malnutrition. Visit your veterinarian for diagnostic and treatment.
Influenza in animals is a serious and potentially deadly respiratory infection that is easily spread in unprotected populations. If you’re concerned your pet may have been exposed, seek Vet care immediately.
Vomit often occurs after meals, observe what’s been vomited. Smaller meals can be offered, if vomiting doesn’t stop, see your Vet to discuss diagnostics.
There are many different signs of urinary tract infections such as peeing outside the litter area, moaning while peeing, visiting the toilet more often, blood in urine, and licking the abdomen. Seek Vet care if these symptoms occur.
Symptoms of joint pain or arthritis can be monitored through swelling in joints, lameness or lethargy, and reluctance to move or navigate stairs. You Vet can conduct a physical and orthopedic exam to assess the joints.