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|low bilirubin levels in dogs||0.26||0.7||3956||61|
|elevated bilirubin levels in dogs||0.8||0.5||3837||20|
|bilirubin high in dogs||1.47||0.1||7757||36|
|elevated total bilirubin in dogs||0.32||0.6||9452||40|
|elevated bilirubin in dogs||0.19||0.4||6152||83|
|normal bilirubin levels in cats||0.28||0.3||9345||31|
|high bilirubin in dogs blood||0.87||0.1||9640||96|
|low bilirubin in dogs||0.21||1||9161||49|
|total bilirubin high dog||0.17||0.3||3243||43|
|what is bilirubin in dogs||1.12||0.5||3891||23|
|bilirubin in urine dogs||1.63||0.2||6373||64|
|increased bilirubin in dogs||0.25||0.8||7619||75|
Why can a dog have elevated bilirubin? An elevated level of bilirubin in dogs is a result of a dog's system breaking down red blood cells at an abnormal rate. If your dog has elevated levels of bilirubin, this may be a sign that an underlying health condition is present.What is normal liver level in dogs?
👉 What are normal liver levels in dogs? Typically the range for normal AST is reported between 10 to 40 units per liter and ALT between 7 to 56 units per liter. Mild elevations are generally considered to be 2-3 times higher than the normal range.What is the normal ALT level for a dog?
The normal ALT level in a healthy dog is between 5 and 107 u/L. If the vet sees an elevated ALT, liver or bile duct disease will be considered the prime suspects. There are other reasons for an elevated ALT, including exposure to poisons or toxins, diabetes, hyperthyroidism, pancreatitis and severe body trauma.