Anal fissures are the most common cause of blood in a baby's stool, and thankfully are no cause for concern. They are simply shallow tears in the lower lining of the rectum, usually caused by constipation and the passing of hard stools that stretch out the skin, causing them to tear and bleed.
The presence of protein in urine is called proteinuria, and it may indicate that the kidneys are not working properly. In some situations, it may even be a sign of kidney failure.
Hemorrhagic gastroenteritis (HGE) (severe bloody diarrhea and bloody vomiting, caused by infectious agents) Foreign body ingestion (toys, rocks, fabric etc) Sudden dietary changes that cause irritation or impact the immune system. Stomach or esophagus tumors.
If you see any signs of blood in your dog's urine or any behavior indicating pain or difficulty with urination, take them to the vet's office, or to an emergency vet if your dog needs immediate care. They should be seen by a doctor within 24 hours of visible blood.
In the vast majority of cases, blood in a dog's urine — also commonly known as hematuria — is a telltale sign of a urinary tract infection. It's incredibly common for dogs to get these, and it happens more often in female dogs than males.
Meibomian glands secrete oily substances that help keep the tear film healthy. Masses arising from these glands are often seen protruding from the eyelid margin. They may appear pink, lobular, and often have varying degrees of pigmentation. It is not uncommon for large Meibomian gland masses to bleed and ulcerate.
To Protect Lips from Teeth This theory is amongst the most common when it comes to the question of why dogs have serrated lips. The theory states that dogs have this special kind of lip in order to protect their lips from their teeth, especially the sharper canine ones that overlap when their mouths are closed.
The most common types of testicular neoplasia are: Sertoli cell tumor: the most frequent testicular tumor in dogs (40-50%) and one of the easiest to diagnose because it tends to grow larger than those that affect other cells.
If the bumps are smaller and include crusts, they may be caused by a bacterial skin infection called folliculitis. The dog may also be suffering from allergic reactions to diet, environmental irritants, or grooming products. Fortunately, red bumps are common in dogs and easily treatable.
The primary causes of crusty scabs on a dog's back are allergies, external parasites, fungal infection, bacterial infection, yeast infection, immune disorder, nutritional deficiency, and hormonal imbalance.
The most common types of lumps or bumps found on puppies are warts, skin tags, button tumors, and abscesses. In these cases, your vet may recommend a wart ointment or other skin treatment. There are also some products that claim to help dissolve normal fatty skin lumps on dogs.
A sialocele is a condition of the salivary glands or ducts. The condition appears as swollen structures in the neck near the jaw, under the tongue, or by the eye. It is a buildup of saliva that can often resemble a cyst and it is usually treated by surgery in dogs.