Dog Care

Grants Given to Fight Canine Epilepsy, Hypothyroidism

University researchers in the United States, Australia and the Netherlands have been awarded nearly $269,000 to study epilepsy and hypothyroidism in dogs.

Officials Downplay Ebola Risk in Pets

As an outbreak of Ebola virus catches the world’s attention, U.S. and international veterinary organizations and public health officials are attempting to calm worried pet owners.

Do Dogs Fart or Do They Just Take the Blame?

Everyone's been in a situation where a foul smell gets blamed on the dog. But did the dog really do it? And do scientists really study dog farts?

Choosing the Right Cone for Your Post-Surgery Dog

Cones are no fun, but they are a necessary part of your dog's healing process. Find out how to pick the perfect cone for your dog and lifestyle.

TED Video Highlights Dog's Contributions to Understanding Diabetes

Video explores dogs role in the development of modern-day insulin injections.


Elbow Dysplasia in Dogs

Elbow dysplasia can be a painful, debilitating, slowly deteriorating condition for your dog.

Inducing Vomiting in Dogs

To induce vomiting or not to induce vomiting: That is the question for dog owners whose pets have ingested a potential toxin.

Space Available in Golden Retriever Study

Morris Animal Foundation’s seeks participants for its Golden Retriever Lifetime Study, a project designed to document the long-term health of this popular dog breed.

Hip Dysplasia in Dogs

Hip dysplasia is the most commonly inherited orthopedic disease in dogs.

A New Era for Canine Rehab

Recovering from injury is becoming easier with innovative treatments and new options for dogs and their owners.


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