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Immune System Related Diseases    Dogs i found out can suffer immune-related diseases, what are these and how to prevent them?

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julius
09/30/2008
06:25:54 AM
Re: Immune System Related Diseases
I read somewhere that dog anemia is caused by certain kinds of ticks that bite the dogs. The bacteria or parasite these ticks invade your dog’s immune system unknowingly. So dog grooming is also a factor not to cause this.
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kireihop
09/30/2008
06:27:11 AM
Re: Immune System Related Diseases
If your dog exhibits certain paleness or yellowness in eyes and gums and has become lethargic, and with fever. These signs are what accounts of acute anemia. Bring your dog to vet to immediately control it or prevent further destruction.
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kimball
09/30/2008
06:28:47 AM
Re: Immune System Related Diseases
Yes there is a condition called AIHA or Auto Immune Hemolytic Anemia, a self-destructing immune condition where the immune system destroys its own red blood cells. You can learn about this condition with your vet and ask if your breed is prone to this.
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