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Top 6 Things You Can Do Now To Prevent Your Dog From Getting Cancer

25th June 2012
Cancer, or neoplasia is one of the most feared diseases and diagnoses among dog owners; unfortunately the incidence is on the rise leaving pet owners with many questions about why this is happening, and what they can do to prevent it. In this article you ... Read >
Author: Dr Andrew Jones, DVM

Atlanta Dog Rehab-Osteochondritis Dissecans in Dogs

20th March 2011
Osteochondritis Dissecans (OCD) is a condition of abnormal cartilage growth in rapidly growing dogs. The exact causes are unknown but is thought be environmental and genetic. There are numerous theories as to the cause, however, no one knows for sure. OCD... Read >
Author: Glen Dorsey

Appropriate Age of Golden Retriever Puppy – Deciding when to get the pup

28th October 2010
Golden retriever puppy is almost irresistible. Dog lovers can find it very hard to resist seeing a golden retriever pup in front of them. However, there is a valid reason why you should not be very eager to take home a golden retriever puppy if he is not ... Read >
Author: Michael Corben

Dealing with a Golden Retriever Pregnancy

20th October 2010
These days more and more people are breeding golden retrievers. This is because the dog’s fun, affectionate, loyal, and friendly features have encouraged a lot of consumers into actually owning one for their household. Golden retriever puppies are very sa... Read >
Author: Michael Corben

What Can You Do To Help Your Senior Dog With Arthritis Pain

24th March 2010
Arthritis is on the list of most commonl illnesses in which older dogs experience. Dogs of any age can get arthritis but unfortunately, it is prevalent in our senior canines. This disease involves the joints, that happen to be at the ends of the bones. Th... Read >
Author: Becky

Dog Bladder Crystals - Answers to the Most Frequently Asked Questions

07th January 2010
What are dog bladder crystals? At the risk of stating the obvious, I have to say that they are nothing but stones in your dog's bladder. They are also referred to as uroliths. What causes the formation of a dog bladder crystal? There are a numbe... Read >
Author: Jeff Grill

Should Your Golden Retriever Eat People Food?

07th September 2009
A lot of people wonder what type of human food they should feed their Golden. Even though many prefer to stick with dog food and only dog food, there are certain types of human food that Golden Retrievers love - and is actually good for them. Golden's cra... Read >
Author: Raul Levine

Osteochondritis Dissecans In Dogs

13th May 2009
Osteochondritis Dissecans (OCD) is a condition of abnormal cartilage grow in rapidly growing dogs. The exact causes are unknown but is thought be environmental and genetic. There are numerous theories as to the cause, however, no one knows for sure. OCD... Read >
Author: Paula Snyder

Acral Lick Granuloma - A Problem For Many Dogs

23rd March 2009
Dogs often develop hot spots where they lick and chew constantly. A hot spot like this on the front paw near the wrist or the outside rear leg can turn into an Acral (relating to limbs ) Lick Granuloma. The spot becomes red, irritated and an open sore. Th... Read >
Author: Joseph M. Sabol
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