Addison’s disease results from loss of production of corticosteroids, principally mineralocorticoids (mainly aldosterone) and glucocorticoids (mainly cortisol).
Bacterial infections occur when bacteria invade the bodies tissues and proliferate causing damage to surrounding tissues. They are often treated with antibiotics.
Heart disease is defined as any abnormality of the heart and may or may not lead to heart failure, where the heart can no longer pump blood around the body effectively.
Cushing’s syndrome or canine Hyperadrenocorticisim is the term given to an endocrine condition characterised by an excessive amount of cortisol being released into the body.
Ear disease is common in dogs with about 20% of all cases seen by vets. Dogs ear canals make them more prone to developing disease and certain breeds are often more affected.
Skin or dermatology cases are common in dogs and cats and make up a significant amount of the cases seen by vets. Skin disease is often caused by more than one thing and can be difficult to diagnose and treat.
Ectoparasites can cause serious health problems for animals if left untreated. Ectoparasites include fleas, and ticks on dogs, stable fly and biting insects on horses.
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Locomotion relates to musculoskeletal disorders in horses and ponies associated with osteoarthritic conditions, acute and chronic laminitis, bursitis and carpitis.
To ensure that anti-microbial action is achieved for the highest levels of hygiene, F10SC Veterinary Disinfectant is the total spectrum solution.
Hyperthyroidism is a multi-system disorder in cats caused by an increase in circulating concentrations of the thyroid hormones T3 and T4.
In dogs and cats, bacterial conjunctivitis is usually secondary to other underlying dysfunction e.g. poor eyelid anatomy, tear-film abnormalities etc.