D.I.S.H. - a common finding in purebred Boxer dogs - August, 2012
DISH stands for Diffuse Idiopathic Skeletal Hyperostosis. Although many breeds of dogs can rarely be affected by this disease is it most common in Boxers, indicating that this breed may have a genetic susceptibility.
WHY DOGS LIKE TO HANG THEIR HEADS OUT OF CAR WINDOWS - October, 2011
There are a few good reasons why your dog likes to hang his head out of the car window, however this can be dangerous.
SCOOTING - A COMMON SYMPTOM OF ANAL GLAND PROBLEMS - August 1, 2011
Every dog and cat has 2 anal sacs located on each side of the anus, just underneath the skin.
DOGS WITH DIARRHEA - CAMPYLOBACTER VS PARVOVIRUS - June 1, 2011
There are a few emails that are being forwarded with misinformation about campylobacter and parvovirus. This article was written to try to provide some clarity.
Your Hormone Replacement Cream May Be Dangerous To Your Pet
If you are using topical hormone replacement therapy cream then there are precautions that you should be taking to protect your pet.
PREVENTION OF LOWER URINARY TRACT INFECTION
Lower urinary tract (bladder) infections are not unusual in our canine companions and there are some steps that we can take as owners to decrease the incidence.
To understand laryngeal paralysis, it is important to first understand some basic anatomy and function of the larynx.
Xylitol is a potentially deadly sweetener commonly found in sugar-free gums or candies, toothpaste, mouthwashes, and some human medications.