Symptoms: usually begin 4 to 10 weeks after the estrus. Signs are variable: lethargy, polyuria (excessive urination), polydipsia (excessive drinking), vomiting, usually without fever, sometimes purulent vaginal discharge. Relative hard to diagnose without X-ray examination or diagnostic laparoscopy (surgical).
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Symptoms: involve one or more mammary glands. Affected mammary glands are swollen, warm and painful with hemorrhagic or purulent milk. Sometimes, other clinical signs, such as fever, discomfort and inapettence, are not present
Symptoms: hyperplasia of the mammary glands, lactation and behavioural changes, inapettence, discomfort
Symptoms: strong abdominal contractions for 2 to 3 hr without passage of a puppy, active labor for 2 to 3 hr without delivery, discomfort, obvious pain at the end of gestation, black or hemorrhagic vaginal discharge, prolonged gestation
Symptoms: nausea, excessive salivation, vomiting, discomfort
Symptoms: fever, neck rigidity, pain, painful paraspinal muscle spasms, seizures, dementia, agitation, ataxia
Symptoms: lameness (difficulty in using the pelvic limbs, pelvic limb lameness), tail weakness, incontinence, discomfort
Symptoms: voice change, laryngeal stridor, dry cough, dyspnea exercise intolerance, discomfort
Symptoms: lameness, pain, discomfort, limb deformities, usually develops between 4 and 8 months of age