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04/03/2008   
Settlement Reached in Dog Food Recall
Mediation involving Menu Foods yields a comprehensive agreement that is still subject to approval.
04/02/2008   
Vet of the Year Helps Dog Victims of Cruelty
The ASPCA’s medical coordinator of animal cruelty cases was honored for his work helping dogs and other animals.
03/28/2008   
Cornell Launches Dog Health Website
The Partners in Animal Health website offers free videos and information on treatment options for common cat and dog illnesses.
03/24/2008   
Top Household Toxins Affecting Dogs
Veterinary Pet Insurance reveals the top household toxins that harm dogs and cats ranked by number of claims.
03/22/2008   
Easter Safety Tips for Dog Owners
The American Veterinary Medical Association reminds dog owners that Easter treats can pose threats to pets.

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03/19/2008   
Hypothyroidism and Your Dog
What dog owners need to know about the common endocrine disorder hypothyroidism.
03/18/2008   
Hypoglycemia Alert Dogs Save Lives
Assistance dogs notify their companions of dangerously low glucose levels.
03/15/2008   
ASPCA Releases Estimate of Pet Care Costs
Large dogs top the list of annual pet care expenses, followed by rabbits and cats.
03/12/2008   
Dog Food Company Aims to Raise Money for Cancer
The Blue Buffalo Company was inspired by its mascot to put a portion of its May sales toward pet cancer research.
03/07/2008   
Dog Undergoes Cutting-Edge Laparoscopy
The ASPCA Bergh Memorial Animal Hospital offers dogs an alternative to major surgery.

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03/05/2008   
Dog Owners Invited to Webcast on Pain
Morris Animal Foundation will host a live webcast on pain management for dogs and cats.
03/04/2008   
Elderly Benefit From Real or Robotic Dogs
A study finds that nursing home residents felt less lonely after spending time with a dog – real or robotic.
03/01/2008   
UC Davis Launches Dog Blood Donor Program
The program will include a group of 200 to 400 pet dogs and canine law enforcement officers.
02/26/2008   
U.S. Agencies Hope to End Testing on Dogs
Three federal agencies sign an agreement to develop testing methods that do not involve animals.
02/22/2008   
Researchers Study Birth Control Pills for Dogs
Texas A & M University has begun testing oral contraceptives on wild animals, which could lead to approval for use on pets.
02/21/2008   
Dogs Receive Vet Care More Than Cats
The AVMA reports that owners take their cats to the vets less often, and are less attached to their cats than their dogs.
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