This week’s case is a 12-year-old female neutered Australian Shepherd with lethargy, anorexia, panting, and coughing.
FindingsThere is increased density in the perihilar region resulting in ventral deviation of the mainstem bronchi and carina. Increased pulmonary opacity is present caudodorsally with a interstitial to alveolar infiltrate in the left and right caudal lung lobes. The cardiac size and pulmonary vasculature are within normal limits. There is hepatosplenomegaly visible within the cranioventral abdomen.