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    Dermatophytosis (Ringworm)

    What Is Dermatophytosis? Dermatophytosis is a superficial fungal infection caused by fungi that require keratin for growth. Superficial...

    Dermoid Cysts

    What Are Dermoid Cysts? Dermoid cysts, also called dermoid sinuses, are rare congenital developmental abnormalities that occur in...

    Diabetes Insipidus

    What Is Diabetes Insipidus? At least a quarter of all dogs euthanized or turned into shelters are given...

    Dilated Cardiomyopathy

    What Is Cardiomyopathy? Canine cardiomyopathy is a diverse group of heart disorders. Dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM) is one of...

    Diseases of the Bronchi, Chest, and Lungs

    Acute Tracheobronchitis Common diseases of the bronchi include canine infectious tracheobronchitis (kennel cough), allergic bronchitis, canine chronic bronchitis,...

    Dog/ Canine Terminology

    A Almond eye - Almond-shaped eye rim. Angulation - The angle formed by joints; particularly...

    Dogs In A Park: Potential Risks

    Urban parks are a common destination for owners and their dogs. Parks encourage a broad scope of healthy physical activity, including dog-walking,...

    Dry Heaves, Retching and Gagging

    What Are Dry Heaves? Dry heaves is a hard gag or attempt to vomit without a discharge. It...

    Ear Margin Dermatosis

    What Is Ear Margin Dermatosis? Ear margin dermatosis is a common seborrheic disorder that affects the edges of...

    Elbow Dysplasia (Ununited Anconeal Process)

    What Is Elbow Dysplasia? Ununited Anconeal Process is a type of Elbow Dysplasia (ED) that includes fragmented medial...

    Entropion

    What Is Entropion? Entropion is a defect of the eyelids characterized by the turning inward (inversion) of the...

    Epilepsy

    Overview Seizures are common in dogs and can be caused by non-epileptic conditions or epilepsy. For owners of...