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5 Rottweiler Diseases that you should know

5 Rottweiler Diseases that you should know
written by: dhoxtot

There are lots of important things that you need to know if you want to have a pet or you already have one. One of these is to know the most common diseases your pet is prone to in order to prevent it. For example, if you do have a Rottweiler, it is necessary to take good care of its health and learn about the most common diseases of such breed to protect your pet against it. For Rottweilers, here are the 5 of the most common diseases you should know:

* Heart Problems and Circulatory Diseases
aortic stenosis is one of the most common diseases Rottweilers may experience during their lifespan. This is a congenital condition that causes the aorta to become narrow, thus making it hard for the heart to pump blood to various parts of the body which results to insufficient amount of oxygen supply in the brain. In case you notice your pet easily runs out of breath or faint after exercising, it is necessary to take it to a veterinarian for a checkup. Vol Willebran’s disease is another common health problem for Rottweilers. The condition leads to bleeding due to plasma protein deficiency. Such condition may cause prolonged nose bleeding, blood in stools and urine, as well as bleeding presence under the skin.


* Bone and Joint Problems

these are common in such breed as well and such health problems can greatly affect your pet’s ability to move. Dysplasia is one of the most common genetic bone disease Rottweilers may experience. This bone condition may result to the abnormal development of the hip joint, thus causing your pet to limp. Elbow dysplasia is second to this and in this condition, malformation of the elbow joint occurs along with damaged cartilage, which may result to front limb lameness. Elbow dysplasia may affect Rottweilers during the age of 5 to 12 months.

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