Muscle Myositis in Dogs?

Answer Muscle myositis is an inflammatory disease that affects your dog's chewing muscles. It affects all breeds, but it is most common in retrievers, German shepherds, Doberman pinschers and young to mid... Read More »

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Eosiniphilic Myositis in Dogs?

Eosinophilic myositis (masticatory myositis) is a condition that causes the masticatory muscles in a dog's mouth to become inflamed and irritated. The inflamed muscles prevent a dog from opening it... Read More »

Causes and Treatments of Myositis in Dogs?

Myositis is defined as the inflammation of muscle in animals. This potentially serious and painful condition can be found in dogs and is often an early indication of some kind of illness, including... Read More »

Muscle Vitamins for Dogs?

If your dog is recovering from an injury, there are certain vitamins that will facilitate healthy tissue growth and repair or prevent muscle loss. Dogs that are used to physical work and depend on ... Read More »

Symptoms of Kidney Failure in Dogs & Loss of Muscle Control?

Just as in humans, a dog's kidneys work to eliminate waste and toxins from the body. Dogs of any breed or age can suddenly develop chronic renal failure, or kidney failure, but it is also a common ... Read More »