Inflammatory Bowel Disease in Dogs

Inflammatory bowel disease is a chronic disease of the GIT. The disease is characterized by the abundance of inflammatory cells in the stomach, the small intestine, and sometimes in the large intestine. The presence of these inflammatory cells within the gastrointestinal tract will disrupt the normal functioning and will often result in diarrhea and vomiting, weight loss, malnutrition, and anemia.
This disease usually affects middle age to senior dogs, but some cases in younger animals are documented.

On the infographic below you can find info about the symptoms, treatment and most affected breeds.

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