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Bloat is one of the most common life-threatening conditions a dog can face, yet many pet parents are unfamiliar with it. Find out about the signs of bloat in dogs here.
The definitive cause of bloat in dogs is unknown. However, veterinary scientists have identified a number of potential risk factors, which you can check out here.
While bloat can occur in any dog, it’s commonly accepted that dogs with deep chests are more prone to the disorder. Take a look at this list of dog breeds who are at higher risk for bloat.
You can reduce your dog’s chances of bloat by eliminating some of his risk factors. Find out how to eliminate risk factors of bloat here.
Bloat is one of the most common life-threatening conditions a dog can face, yet many pet parents are unfamiliar with it. Find out what to do if your dog has bloat here.