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Case Report Open Access
This article describes the case of a mixed-breed eight week old dog with severe haemophilia- A. Spontaneous haemorrhage into the subcutaneous tissue, muscles, abdominal cavity and carpal joint were observed in the dog. Primary teeth were replaced physiologically by permanent teeth. Nasal bleeding in the dog was initially neglected and proved to be almost fatal to the animal. The dog was diagnosed with haemophilia A and treated accordingly. However, the dog was euthanized at the owner’s request at 5 months due a deteriorating clinical condition.