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What Is Canine Crohn's Disease?

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Canine Crohn's disease is caused by the intestines becoming irritated, which result in food moving through them more quickly. Additionally, when a dog is suffering from Crohn's disease, the lining of the intestines are inflamed and cause symptoms
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Signs of Canine Diseases
You know your dog better than anyone and are likely to be the first to notice if he is acting differently. There are hundreds of diseases that can cause certain symptoms in your dog. If you notice symptoms, monitor your dog closely and take him to the... More »
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