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How to get dog's attention.

We have all at one time or another watched a dog that was very intent on watching their owner or handler. Looking as if they would do anything to please them. We all may wonder, "What do they do to get their dog to do that?" It’s really much easier than most people would think. This article is about how to get your dog to do anything you want to. We will...

Health Screening of Dog

Health Screening of Dog An ongoing goal of the Great Dane Health Foundation of America (GDHFA) is to offer a variety of material in order to help owners of pet dogs, as well as breeding dogs, ensure the health and well being of their animals. Our primary commitment is to raise funds that will help support research into the many diseases affecting the Great Dane breed. At the same...

Food Allergy or Food Intolerance

Food Allergy or Food Intolerance Many people confuse food allergies and food intolerances, which may sometimes appear to be the same, but are actually very different. A food intolerance will often cause a digestive 'upset' of some sort, such as vomiting or diarrhea. A food allergy, on the other hand, causes an immune system reaction when the offending protein/substance is introduced. This...

Canine Massage Therapy

Canine Massage Therapy Massage therapy is an ancient healing art which has been practiced since before recorded history. The past decades have seen a resurgence of this therapy, both for humans and more recently, for animals. Although equine massage has been practiced through the centuries, canine massage is relatively new. Therapeutic massage for dogs has similar benefits to...

What’s the Big Deal About the Little Thyroid?

That is a question that many of us have been asking lately. The following is a list of clinical signs of hypothyroidism compiled by W. Jean Dodds, DVM. It originally appeared in ROTT N CHATTER, October 1992, V.1, N.3, and November 1992, V.1, N.4 (may be reproduced). Once you realize how broad the problems can be, you may want to learn more about this little...

The Medical Management of Osteoarthritis

The management of Osteoarthritis (also known as OA, Degenerative Joint Disease) continues to be a very common therapeutic dilemma for the small animal veterinary practitioner. It has been estimated that approximately 8 million canines (or roughly 20% of the adult canine population) and 20% of cats over 12 years of age in the United States suffer from...

List of Board Certified Cardiologists

Changes, corrections and/or additions to this list should be emailed to Cathy De La Garza. Email: Contact Us Dr. Jonathan Abbott Western CVM, VTH Univ. of Saskatchewan 52 Campus Dr. Saskatoon, SK S7N SB4 CANADA Dr. Clarke E. Atkins CVM, North Carolina State Univ. 4700 Hillsborough St. Raleigh, NC 27606 Dr. Andrew W. Beardow Veterinary Referral Centre 48...

Immune System & Disease Resistance

This article discusses the essential role of the immune system in maintaining the body’s overall general health and resistance to disease. The focus will be on environmental factors or events which may cause or trigger immune dysfunction leading to either immune deficiency or immune stimulation (reactive or autoimmunity). Related to these events is the...

Cherry Eye ~ Prolapse of The Tear Gland of The Third Eyelid

The normal canine eye receives its tear film from two lacrimal (tear-producing) glands. One gland is located above the eye and the other is found within the animal's third eyelid. The gland of the third eyelid contributes a significant portion of secretion to the tear film. In the smaller breeds -- especially Boston Terriers, Cocker Spaniels, Bulldogs and...

Canine Streptococcal Toxic Shock Syndrome

New more invasive strains of streptococci have recently appeared, resulting in frightening new diseases in both humans and dogs. Both humans and dogs can develop streptococcal toxic shock syndrome, with the rapid development of symptoms of shock, high fever (104 to 107 degrees Fahrenheit), cough, abnormalities of coagulation and rapid death. In humans, the...

Recent Hospital Listings

Title Street City State
Healing Hands Animal Hospital 652 W. Roy Parker Rd Ozark Alabama
Doral Centre Animal Hospital 9400 NW 58th St. Doral Florida
Cinco Ranch Veterinary Hospital 2519 Cinco Park Pl Katy Texas
Woodbridge Animal Hospital 9600 Islington Avenue Unit # 2 Woodbridge Ontario
Millcreek Veterinary Clinic 6400 Millcreek Drive Unit#7 Mississauga Ontario
Gulf Coast Veterinary Specialists 1111 W Loop S Fwy Houston Texas
City Veterinary Hospital 818 Austin St San Antonio Texas
Rosemont Veterinary Hospital 2550 Foothill Blvd Ste A La Crescenta California
A to Z Animal Care Specialists, Inc. 17218 Owensville Rd. Evansville Indiana
Dan Grimm, DVM and Greenbrier Animal Hospital 4307 N. Green River Road Evansville Indiana

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