Question by  pippo (16)

What is auto immune disorder in dogs?


Answer by  Caitlin50 (29)

Some symptoms are bloody loose stool and diarrhea. Early detection is very important. Also vomiting and loss of appitite is very common. If the tyroid gland is affected then it will result in weight gain. Suppressent drugs and steriods are a way to cure this disorder.


Answer by  suprachic4life (40)

Most commonly known as Acquired Myasthenia Gravis, a very disabling disorder where your immune system literally becomes your worst enemy by attacking itself.. It can be treated. It messes up the communication between the dogs muscles and nerves. Dogs affected by this generaally become fatigued easily and can develop issues like difficulty swallowing breathing,eating,walking, or even become totally immobolized.


Answer by  Missy10 (26)

There are many different kinds of autoimmune disorders in dogs. The most common one that affects a lot of different canine groups including but not limited to Boxers, Beagles, Cocker Spaniels, Akitas, German shepards,and Irish Setters just to name a few is Canine Hypothyroidism. Vaccines and inadequate or excess dietary iodine are the primary suspected causes.


Answer by  katharine (3981)

There are numerous auto immune disorders dogs can have. If you think your dog has one talk to your vet about the best course of action for you and your dog.


Answer by  ramoskenneth285 (631)

One of the auto immune in dogs are the auto immune hemolytic anemia.This is a disease in which the body attacks its own red blood cells.This immune disorder classify as a primary immune disease.

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