Chronic Active Hepatitis in Dogs
Chronic Active Hepatitis is inflammation of the liver resulting in the accumulation of inflammatory cells and scarring. Causes of hepatitis chronic active include infectious canine hepatitis, leptospirosis, immune mediated diseases and copper storage disease.
Treatments include a diet of high calorie and low in protein (HILL’S LD Diet), IV fluids, steroids, broad spectrum antibiotics, ursodiol (Actigal), B-complex and vitamin K.
Cost to Treat: $1,000 to $7,500
Other Types of Canine Hepatitis