Symptoms of liver disease in dogs vary but include loss of appetite, weight loss, vomiting, diarrhea and stomach ulceration, states Merck Manuals. Fluid build-up in the abdomen, excessive urination and thirst, weakness, ... More »

Diet changes do often help dogs with canine liver disease, claims WebMD. Dogs with liver disease may require a special diet to ensure they receive enough nutrients and calories required to support a healthy, functional l... More »

High liver enzymes in dogs may be a sign of serious liver toxicity, according to PetMD. If left without treatment, liver toxicity in dogs can cause health issues. More »

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