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Pancreatitis Owner Factsheet

Almost all dogs will have a tummy upset at some point in their lives. In most cases this will get better over a few days without any treatment. Occasionally vomiting may be a sign of something more serious in your pet. One such disease which can cause vomiting is pancreatitis. Pancreatitis is a condition with a huge range of severity from almost no clinical signs to severe abdominal upset and even death. Your vet is best placed to advise you on any illness in your pet so if you are worried about your pet's health a visit to the vet's surgery for a check over is always warranted.

What is pancreatitis?

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Why has my dog got pancreatitis?

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How would I know if my dog had pancreatitis?

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How will my vet know that my dog has pancreatitis?

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What is the treatment for pancreatitis?

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Will my dog get better?

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