Canine Hodgkin's Disease in Dog

Canine Hodgkin Disease is not common in dogs; however, in is characterized by an increase in the size of all the lymphatic glands and by a lack of interest of the surroundings. The lymphatic glands that are in the front part of the throat increase in size although they do not hurt. After a while, the glands inside the neck swell and then the front and back glands continue the same way. The development of the season is low and the animal in the beginning doesn't seem to be affected, but with the gradual increase of the glands, he assumes a dull and submissive state. His mood worsens and he doesn't show an exuberant state, until a progressive weakness takes over his body with a not-so-fortunate outcome. The dog must be under veterinary treatment.

Dog Diseases & illnesses Heart Failure Heart Pulse Heatstroke Heat Exhaustion Hemorrhages Hepatic Encephalopathy Hernias Hip Dysplasia Hodgkin's Disease Hydatidosis Hydrocephaly Hyperqueratosis