Bloat , also known as gastric dilatation, is a life-threatening condition. It's usually the result of eating too fast... gulping down food and water. The dog's stomach fills with gas or fluid, causing gastric dilation or gastric tortion. If followed running or vigorous activity, the stomach swells and rotates, with excess salivation, retching, distention and restlessness.
A life threatening condition that can occur in Great Danes as well as many other breeds of dogs. Bloat occurs when your Great Dane's stomach twists, after the stomach has been distended. Once the stomach twists, the stomachs contents are trapped and gases begin to build. This not only is extremely painful for your Great Dane, but his/her blood pressure will drop drastically. The stomach needs circulation. If left untreated, your Great Dane may face fatality. Emergency surgeries are usually performed should bloat occur. If caught in time, your Great Dane can continue to live a long happy life.
Bloat, Torsion. Gastric dilatation-volvulus (GDV). Call it what you will, this is a serious, life-threatening condition of large breed dogs. While the diagnosis is simple, the pathological changes in the dog's body make treatment complicated, expensive, and not always successful.
Also known as gastric dilation, a flatulent digestive disturbance of domestic animals and especially cattle marked by abdominal bloating. Most common in deep-chested dogs and can rapidly lead to death if untreated.
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