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    Pannus (Chronic Superficial Keratitis)

    What Is Pannus? Pannus, also known as Chronic Superficial Keratitis (CSK) and German Shepherd pannus, is a nonulcerative,...

    Patellar Luxation

    What Is Patellar Luxation Congenital luxation of the patella represents one of the most common orthopedic conditions in...

    Patent Ductus Arteriosus

    What Is Patent Ductus Arteriosus? Fetal dogs have a short, broad vessel called the ductus arteriosus, which sends blood...

    Pelodera Dermatitis (Rhabditis Folliculitis)

    What Is Pelodera Dermatitis? Pelodera (syn.Rhabditis) dermatitis, also known as rhabditis folliculitis, is a rare parasitic infestation that...

    Pemphigus Foliaceus

    What Is Pemphigus Foliaceous Pemphigus Foliaceus is an uncommon disease characterized by immune reaction and subsequent development of...

    Persistent Pupillary Membrane

    What Is Persistent Pupillary Membrane? During the embryonal phase, the "pupil" of the primitive iris tissue is covered...

    Portosystemic Shunt

    What Is Portosystemic Shunt? Portosystemic Shunt (PSS) is an inherited or acquired condition in dogs and cats when...

    Primary Idiopathic Seborrhea

    What Is Primary Idiopathic Seborrhea? Primary Idiopathic Seborrhea is the most common chronic keratinization (dermatitis) disorder of dogs...

    Progressive Retinal Atrophy

    What Is A Progressive Retinal Atrophy? Inherited retinal diseases are among the leading causes of incurable vision loss...

    Prolapsed Gland of the Third Eyelid (Cherry Eye)

    What Is A Third Eyelid Gland Prolapse? Prolapse of the gland of the third eyelid, sometimes called "cherry...

    Protein-losing Nephropathy

    What Is Protein-losing Nephropathy? Protein-losing nephropathy refers to any kidney disease that results in excessive protein loss in...

    Pulmonic Stenosis

    What Is Pulmonic Stenosis? Pulmonic stenosis is an abnormal narrowing of the right ventricular outflow tract or stricture...