Sarcoptic mange is a specific type of mange that occurs in dogs with an infestation of Sarcoptes scabiei - a parasitic mite that burrows along the surface of the skin in places with sparse hair including the outer ears, abdomen, and elbows.
Cheyletiellosis in cats is a form of mange commonly known as ‘walking dandruff’. Caused by parasitic Cheyletiella species of mites living on the skin of many animals including cats, dogs, and rabbits
Cushing’s disease (hyperadrenocorticism) is caused by elevated cortisol levels in the bloodstream due either a tumor on the adrenal or pituitary glands or from prolonged administration of corticosteroids.
Eating dry or wilted red maple leaves is poisonous for horses, leading to life threatening toxicosis. Storms, high winds, and autumn all result in more leaves on the ground, and it is important to not allow a horse to graze in any place where red maple leaves may fall
Heaves, or Recurrent Airway Obstruction (RAO), is a severe form of equine asthma. It is an inflammatory reaction in the lower respiratory tract to inhaled dust particles, endotoxins, or mold spores typically found in hay and straw.