Question by  ConchitaPerrita (18)

What problems can occur with dogs that have high liver enzymes?


Answer by  garymarkle (599)

This is one of the most common health problems in dogs elevated enzyme levels can cause vomiting, dirrehea, anorexia, bleeding disorders, leargy, and jaundice


Answer by  RandomHero (104)

Some problems related to high liver enzymes in dogs includes: lethargy, anorexia, vomiting, jaundice, and diarrhea. This can make life for the dog very difficult and uncomfortable. A change in the dog's diet may help to reverse this issue.


Answer by  andreaELmeyer (18)

Some symptoms of high liver enzymes in dogs can be vomiting, anorexia, diarrhea, blood disorders, sluggishness and Jaundice. Causes can include Pancreatitis and Infectious Hepatitis Cushing's disease


Answer by  Ashley68 (404)

High liver enzymes can lead to many different problems. Your dog is at a high risk of contracting Cushing's disease, ALT, as well as SGPT. It's important to contact your vet for routine blood testing.

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