Anemia in dogs is a less number of red blood cells or iron in the blood i.e. hemoglobin or both. It’s not actually a disease in itself but is a symptom of something else. While anemia in people is often caused by iron deficiency in the diet, this is rarely the case in dogs.
In anemia the red blood cells tend to decrease and not being replaced as quick as they should. As red blood cells originate from the bone marrow, analysis starts with situation that affects the area of the body like leukemia, bone marrow cancer and medicines which has a noxious consequences.
Anemia can also be a result of the body via red blood cells faster than usual for example when there it is bleeding. Ordinary portions for bleeding include the digestive area and when dog is having pain because of hookworm or heartworm.
There are no of reasons of Anemia:
* Loss of Blood : Damage or wound, vermin like fleas, ticks and worms, and diseases that prevent the blood to clot can be a reason for anemia to occur in dogs.
* Red blood cells breakdown : Ailments such as autoimmune diseases, blood vermin, and cancer.
* Prevention of red blood cells: Diseases similar to autoimmune in which dogs body attacks its own red blood cells (known as immune-mediated hemolytic anemia – INHA), an vigorous beneath thyroid, and cancer.