Symptoms, Diseases & Conditions of Labrador Retriever Puppies

Symptoms, Diseases & Conditions of Labrador Retriever Puppies

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Common Symptoms & Diseases of Lab Puppies

Labrador puppies are the most popular dogs in the United States and like many breeds they are vulnerable to many different symptoms, conditions and diseases. Labradors are specifically known to be predisposed to hip dysplasia and cranial cruciate torn ligaments.

To read more about the Labrador breed – Go to Labrador Retriever Dog Breed Profile.

What are most common conditions of Labrador puppies? What are the most common reasons Labradors go to the veterinarian?

Here is the list of the most common symptoms and conditions submitted by labrador puppy owners:

Most Common Symptoms of Labrador Retriever Puppies

1.        Diarrhea
2.        Allergy
3.        Urinary tract infection
4.        Vomiting
5.        conjunctivitis
6.        Fractured tooth
7.        Soft stool
8.        Upper respiratory infection
9.        Fracture
10.      Dietary indiscretion

Most Common Diseases of Labrador Retriever Puppies

1.        Giardiasis
2.        Pyoderma
3.        Otitis Externa
4.        Pododermatitis
5.        Ventricular arrhythmia
6.        Generalized demodecosis
7.        colitis
8.        Prolapse of gland of third eyelid
9.        Intestinal foreign body
10.      Urinary incontinence

I hope this list of most common conditions, symptoms and diseases of Labrador puppies gives you more information about Labrador dogs.

For more information on Labrador Retriever Puppies – read this article by the Irreverent Veterinarian that gives you and Irreverent and Honest Opinion on the lab. Go to: Labs -The Irreverent Vet’s Opinion on the Labrador Retriever.

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