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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...

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An owner can relieve canine diarrhea by removing food for 12 hours and giving the dog only clean water to prevent dehydration, PetMD advises. After the first 12 hours, the owner needs to feed the dog white rice and cooke...

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A healthy diet for a liver disease should include less fats, low-sodium foods, moderate carbohydrates and the correct amount of proteins, according to Drugs.com. A person suffering from this disease should reduce the int...

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Probiotic supplements and changes in diet can soothe itchiness caused by dry skin. While allergies causing itchiness are more difficult to treat, improving your dog's diet can help prevent the development of allergies an...

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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.

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The appropriate diet for dogs with kidney disease varies but most focus on lowering the salt, protein and phosphorus in the dog's food, according to WebMD and Hill's Pet Nutrition. A veterinarian can usually give more sp...

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Dogs that have canine Cushing's disease have symptoms such as increased thirst, increased urination, increased panting, increased hunger, obesity, fat pads on the shoulders or neck, hair loss, are lethargic, have a pot b...

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