If you've ever had a really, really bad stomach ache - spare a thought for large breed dogs...

because they, unfortunately quite commonly suffer from an even more painful and in fact potentially deadly condition known as Bloat.  
X-ray of Dogs Stomach affected by bloat!SarahGoldsmid-ARHVeterinary specialists still don't know why it occurs in some dogs, and not others, but it appears to be on the rise given a sudden influx of Bloat cases at 
Sydney’s biggest privately-owned emergency and specialist centre, the Animal Referral Hospital 

However Bloat needn't be a death sentence
as 
ARH’s veterinary specialist surgeon, Dr Sarah Goldsmid explains. 
Photo above: X-Ray of 'bloated' dog's stomach! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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