Color dilution alopecia (CDA) is a genetic skin condition that affects dogs bred to have coats that appear blue or light fawn (Isabella). CDA can leave your dog with patchy hair loss, and uncomfortable, itchy skin. Today, our Newtown vets explain the causes of CDA, which breeds are affected, and how it can be treated.
Pleural Effusion in dogs is a condition that reduces the space available for the lungs to expand within the chest cavity, making breathing difficult for your pup. Today, our Newtown vets discuss the symptoms, causes, and available treatments for this serious condition.
Arrhythmia in dogs is common, and many of our canine companions can live long healthy lives even with this heart condition, but sadly that is not always the case. Our Newtown Veterinary Specialists vets look at the ins and outs of arrhythmia in dogs, signs to watch for, and treatment options.