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Symptoms of von Willebrand’s Disease are excessive bleeding caused by a deficiency in a clotting factor. Dogs with Von Willebrand’s disease might also develop nosebleeds, or bleeding from the gums. Some may have blood in their urine or their stool. There is no cure for Von Willebrand’s disease, but blood transfusions can help manage the […]
A large percentage of senior cats and dogs develop Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) or Chronic Renal Failure (CRF) as it is sometimes known. Early diagnosis and treatment are key to pets living longer and experiencing good quality lives. Unfortunately, until recently, early detection of CKD was very difficult and diagnosis was usually in the latter […]
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