The liver is an essential organ in your dog's body. A dog’s liver is located in the right upper quadrant of the dog's abdomen and plays a significant role to ensure that Fido's body functions properly. A lot of times, we take the liver for granted and if something happens, we suffer the consequences. It’s the same thing with your canine companion.
If you give him nothing but fatty and greasy food along with exposing him to various toxins or medication that is dangerous to his health, his liver will be the primary organ that suffers. That is why it’s vital for dog owners to quickly recognize the signs of liver dysfunction so they can get their four-legged friend to the vet right away. Fortunately, if liver disease is diagnosed at an early stage, the issue is most likely reversible. Unfortunately, if you wait too long to fix the problem, then there will be negative consequences for them as well.
Fortunately, we have all the information that you will need to fight against liver disease to save your tail-wagging friend's life.
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