Symptoms of Liver Disease in Dogs and Cats
The symptoms of liver disease in pets vary and often mimic many other acute and chronic diseases. These symptoms include lethargy, reluctance to move, fever, loss of appetite, drooling, vomiting, diarrhea, excessive thirst and urination, and yellowing of the mucous membranes, eyes, and skin. Excessive bleeding may also occur. In pets with a circulatory liver problem, severe neurological signs often develop, and may include circling, head pressing, wandering, pacing, aggression, blindness, and even seizures.