Iowa State University Veterinarian

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A Scottish Terrier was presented to the clinic with the history that he had been ailing for about six weeks. The dog was examined and the following symptoms were noticed. All of the palpable lymph glands were enlarged. The abdomen felt full and hard. The dog had a peculiar type of breathing and his breath was very foul. There was a copious discharge from the purulent conjunctivitis. He was emaciated and did not exhibit the spirit of liveliness of a normal dog.