Pancreatitis is a pancreatitis disease. Problems create in the work of the pancreas and so on
the inflammatory device cannot fully perform its functions.
More affects dogs and middle aged cats.
Feeding your dog a fat-rich meal increases the chances of pancreatitis, which is why proper nutrition is very important.
Clinical symptoms may be abdominal pain, vomiting, diarrhea, and diarrhea.
Diagnosis of pancreatitis can be through blood tests and ultrasound.
The treatment for pancreatitis is mostly symptomatic and is done with the supply of drugs. Sometimes an animal may be in care and need a blood transfusion.
Consult your veterinarian to prevent the appearance of this particular disease and to the animals that have diagnosed it, so that there are no stiples.