Please choose Age group and Symptoms which are similar to your diseased animals.
A piglet is a young pig. esp. a suckling of age upto 3 and 4 weeks.
The stage that comes after lactation (after the weaning event), in which the piglets are taken away from their dam and normally proceed to eat only solid food (compound feed) and water. It normally lasts 7-8 weeks and the animals can grow approximately 20-25 kg during this stage.
A pig between weaning and sale or transfer to the breeding herd, sold for slaughter or killed for rations.
A grower pig over 70 kg (150 lb) liveweight.
A breeding female pig, or A female pig after first or second litter.
A male pig of breeding age. Aslo known as hog
Fever means a high body temperature of 39-40?C (103-109?F). It may occur with little or no other signs or be part of a specific disease.
Excessive loss of body water. It occurs when free water loss exceeds free water intake, usually due to disease, or high environmental temperature.
Lack of activeness in the animals.
Jaundice is a yellowing of the skin and mucous membranes due to the breakdown of red cells in the blood, the accumulation of the bye-products in the liver and the production of a substance called bilirubin. The condition may be seen at any age but is usually confined to individual animals or litter mates.
The animal's food intake is less than normal.
The animal's water intake is less than normal.
The animal look physicaly weak.
Reduction of total body mass of the animal, due to loss of fluid, body fat or adipose tissue.
Pale color in eye due to Anemia. Anemia is a condition in which your body doesn't produce enough red blood cells. It's one of the most common causes of paleness.
Bloodshot eyes appearing red caused by allergy, eye fatigue or some other condition.
Mastitis is an inflammation of the mammary gland caused by bacteria. that enter the udder through the teat end. Mastitis is nearly always caused by bacteria that invade the udder through the teat end and multiply there. Mastitis can be either clinical or sub-clinical.
Abortion means the premature expulsion of dead or non-viable foetuses. Embryo loss occurs when there is death of embryos followed by absorption, or expulsion. Healthy embryos grow into foetuses.
A bluish color to the skin in ear due to a lack of oxygen in the blood.
A bluish coloration of the whites of the eyes. The blue color is caused by thinness and transparency of the collagen fibers of the sclera, allowing the veins in the underlying tissue to show through.
A bluish discoloration mouth due to excessive concentration of deoxyhemoglobin in the blood caused by deoxygenation.
A bluish color to the skin is usually due to a lack of oxygen in the blood.
A skin lesions that vary from in the shape of rectangle or diamond shape often-described as diamond skin lesions.
Discoloration of any part of animal body.
Dry skin in animals.
Gangrene refers to dead or dying body tissue(s) that occur because of inadequate blood supply.
An Oily skin characterised by an increased amount of lipids on the skin surface.
Hair loss from animal body.
A chronic hardening and contraction of the skin and connective tissue, either locally or throughout the animal body.
The texture of animal's skin is tough and hard like leather.
Paleness of skin also known as pale skin, is an unusual lightness of skin color compared with normal skin.
Visible leison on animal skin due to pox.
Reddening of the skin due to an increase in blood flow under skin or other cases.
Reddening of the skin in the ear.
A round or circular shape leison or patch on animal skin.
A small fluid-filled bladder, sac, cyst, or vacuole within the body.
Animals scratching skin.
Skin infecion or wound.
Difficulty in breathing
Coughing or wheezing.
Labored respiration or labored breathing is an abnormal respiration characterized by evidence of increased effort to breathe, including the use of accessory muscles of respiration, stridor, grunting, or nasal flaring.
Pneumonia is a lung disease characterized by inflammation of the airspaces in the lungs, most commonly due to an infection.
Shallow breathing, or chest breathing is the drawing of minimal breath into the lungs, usually by drawing air into the chest area using the intercostal muscles rather than throughout the lungs via the diaphragm.
Making a sudden involuntary expulsion of air from the nose and mouth due to irritation of one's nostrils.
Snoring is noisy breathing during animals sleep.
Blood in the stool or diarrhea.
A condition in which faeces are discharged from the bowels frequently and in a liquid form.
Foul-smelling stools having unusually strong, putrid smell.
Pasty or sticky stools
Dark colored stool or feces.
Loose or watery stools
Frequent sudden falling of animals or weak animals.
Indoluntary shakes of animal's body rapidly and uncontrollably.
Twisted or abnormal position of animal's head or heck.
Constantly active and sometimes disruptive behaviour of the animal.
Animal inability to move or motionlessness.
Jaw locking or unable to move jaw.
Inability of the muscles to relax normally caused by muscle tension, rigor, or stiffness.
Muscle spasm is an involuntary contraction of a muscle that can cause a great deal of pain.
Visible pain in movement.
The loss of the ability to move (and sometimes to feel anything) in part or most of the body,
The state of leaning, resting, or reclining : repose; also : a recumbent position.
Staying in isolation
Unintentional, rhythmic muscle movement involving to-and-fro movements (oscillations) of one or more parts of the body.
Elbow turned out or elbow bent out.
Pain in Joint or bond.
Swelling, redness, or warmth around the joint
Lameness is an abnormal gait or stance of an animal that is the result of dysfunction of the locomotor system.
Rigidity in animal ear muscle.
Vertical or upright position of ear.
Lack of coordination, especially the inability to use different parts of the body together smoothly and efficiently.
Movement of animal body unsteadily from side to side.
Abnormal thinness caused by lack of nutrition or by disease.
Enlargement of lymph nodes.
Disfigure in projecting nose and mouth of an animal.
Wrinkled in projecting nose and mouth of an animal.
Eye discharge associated with viral pink eye typically is clear and watery.
Liquid or watery discharge from animal nose.
Blood discharge from animal nose.
Blood in urine
Swelling of animal Testicle.
Swollen in animal mammary gland.