The symptoms are nonspecific, so it’s important to pay attention to all the changes in your dog.
The biggest cause of aspirin poisoning is well-meaning people giving their dog or cat the wrong dose.
Often you may see clues in your dog that something is wrong, like rapid breathing and even fainting, but the worst-case scenario can happen without warning.
Just like people, pets can indeed have high cholesterol levels — but for different reasons and with different implications.
Distemper is a cruel disease. Even if the dog survives the acute illness, brain damage and seizures may follow.