Pancreatitis jaundice dogs

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1916673 tn?1420236870 It is hoped this reference guide will assist those with chronic kidney failure dogs, where one or more of the blood result levels are likely to be abnormally high or low. Although I have combined the results below, it is unlikely a dog will have all these elements in their blood test, as some are specific to particular diseases and conditions. The results that follow combine a blood chemistry panel test and a hemoglobin test, along with several other individual tests.
Avatar m tn A high-fat diet will, however, aggravate an already-diseased pancreas to the point where an attack of pancreatitis is the result. Some dogs are genetically predisposed to pancreatic disease. Dogs with parathyroid conditions are predisposed, as are dogs who get too much calcium in their diets. Dogs with Cushing's Disease (hyperadrenocorticism) can easily develop pancreatitis.
Avatar n tn My Dog Monty is 13 years old and has been recently he had stpped eating we had taken him to a vet and he said he has jaundice we are giving him necessary medications but its getting worse now he cant even get up cause his legs have become very very weak and i am scared we have put him on fluids and trying to do my best. what can i do to make him eat Doc has also told me tht his live has enlarged, is there any solution to this? Please help and pray for him.
Avatar f tn We found this was a big no with him developing Pancreatitis and he also became jaundice and liver counts in the 1000s on blood work. He had an ultrasound to make sure he did not have any blockage, it was negative. He was sick and would not eat which is not normal for him. He eventually started eating and we were able to feed him with vet approval boiled ground turkey and rice. He is now on Royal Canin HE GI food - 1 - 2 cups a day and last blood test about 6 weeks ago was normal.
254215 tn?1195096984 Posting again! I had earlier posts about my dog having pancreatitis. Well, she is much better, but the vet noticed jaundice in eyes today. He did blood tests and the liver enzymes were so high the machine wouldn't register them. She doesn't seem to have a bacterial infection he said. So here's my new question, is liver failure basically a death senetence? She is acting so much better, almost normal, but not quite. He hasn't specified a cause or anything.
Avatar f tn How many extras did your dog share in on Thanksgiving? The jaundice has me wondering about pancreatitis and I don't see amylase or lipase in the labs.
556014 tn?1230604478 Spoke to the individual who watch our two dogs and she told me that he ate the back of her cell phone and chewed on a pillow. I found the pillow. Doesn't seem to be anything missing. Zipper is still intact. Found pieces of what looked like the motherboard of a cell phone on the floor and on my nightstand. She told me that he hadn't eaten breakfast since we left and didn't eat dinner the night before we got back.
Avatar f tn If too much bile gets dumped into the small intestine - as in people or dogs who have had their gallbladders removed - explosive diarrhea can result. Bile is also what gives feces its brown color. If a dog's stool is light tan, that means bile is not getting into the small intestine. Same thing goes for humans. In the case of liver failure, I imagine there is a lack of bile available to aid in digestion; hence the nausea and vomiting.
Avatar f tn ) I wouldn't be giving him milk. I don't know for certain, but I think dogs can sometimes have a problem with digesting it. (Though most of them do love it) A little bit of ripe apple might be helpful. Marmite has B vitamins, yes, but contains a good deal of salt! which might not be a good idea. Angelica Root is a herb which is traditionally used to encourage appetite, but I cannot tell you if it is, or is not, safe to use for dogs. You will have to ask a herbal vet.
Avatar f tn My dogs stomach has swollen and is filled with fluid, i have been to the vets who thought it might be to do with her liver not functioning, but all blood tests have come back normal. The vets havn't a clue what is wrong with my dog, she stopped eating, they have give her medicine to go to the toilet and heart medicine, and also some steroids to stimulate her to eat, she has eaten some chicken today and seems to have perked up a bit, but she is still full of fluid.
251222 tn?1270939717 I was in a Dka (went into a diabetic coma), my blood sugar was close to 1000. I had pancreatitis and gall bladder disease. I delivered the baby premature and slipped into the dka and woke at a later time in the Icu. My baby survived with 73 days in Nicu and is doing well now. After I was moved down out of icu to risk maternity, I began having severe vision problems. They had stabilized my blood sugar.
Avatar f tn Remember we're talking about some perfectly healthy cats and dogs here who died traumatically after Convenia, and also many compromised cats and dogs who died, it makes no difference that they were ill already, Convenia played a role and it should never be given at all. I'm glad you have NO CONVENIA written in red in the charts, I advice everyone to do this. It's time for dvm to take responsibility, to follow the rule of "do no harm" and stop using this drug!
203342 tn?1328740807 1 reason was the cost but also because I talked to other owners of dogs with the disease who did give the meds and their dogs did OK till the end. I guess my thinking is that nothing is going to make it go away and as long as she was feeling OK her life was not too bad. Shasta also started drinking a lot of water but according to the vet she was at the borderline on this. She does urinate more often but has not had any accidents in the house.
1932256 tn?1327949940 17th my husband and I (and all our dogs) are going to be gone overnight and I'm really nervous about leaving him all alone. Am I just being a worried Mom or should I stay home with my son to be sure he's okay? I know I sound like an idiot but I've never been through this and I'm so afraid for him. Again Gnarly, Thank you so very much!
Avatar n tn Pancreatitis Action to Take: Call 911 or go to an emergency room right away. Acute pancreatitis can cause shock, which may result in death if not treated quickly. _____ Symptoms : Extremely sharp abdominal pain, perhaps with other acute symptoms. Possible Causes: *Pelvic inflammatory disease *Heart attack *Perforated stomach ulcer *Shock, from allergy *Diabetic emergency *Poisoning Action to Take: Call 911 or go to an emergency room right away.
Avatar n tn The symptoms -- the dropping of appetite, confusion, fluid retention -- they were all there. It wasn't until July 20 that I saw the jaundice -- he had a visit to the ER on July 26, two days in the hospital (July 29-30) a dr. visit on Aug 6 , back to the ER on Aug 11 and he died on Aug 14. His "release" to return to work was still on the kitchen table.
Avatar n tn Check out Acute Pancreatitis. A lot of the symptoms are similar. I am awaiting results of blood tests. Will update once I have more info.