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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.
02/20/2008   
Los Angeles Offers Dogs Free Spay/Neuter Surgery
Spay Day LA comes just days after the city council approves a mandatory spay/neuter ordinance for dogs and cats.
02/19/2008   
Popularity of Dog Insurance Increases
The $250 million pet insurance industry is expected to accelerate in 2008 and double by 2012.
02/15/2008   
New Spay/Neuter Clinic Targets Pit Bulls
The Maryland SPCA is expanding its spay/neuter program to target areas where there is the greatest need.

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02/08/2008   
Companies, Executives Indicted in Dog Food Recall
Businesses are charged with intentionally mislabeling food that contained poisonous ingredients in last year’s dog food recall.
02/04/2008   
AKC Affiliates Donate to Study 9/11 Rescue Dogs
The groups contributed $125,000 to study the health of dogs who responded to the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
01/30/2008   
New Position Will Explore Human-Animal Bond
A newly created position at the University of Denver will explore and test the effectiveness of animal therapy.
01/29/2008   
Moving Ticks Mean Trouble for Dogs
Study finds that tick populations are on the rise and affecting new parts of the U.S.
01/25/2008   
Causes, Treatments of Common Canine Cancers
Although no cure for canine cancer exists, dog owners can take steps to alleviate symptoms and ward off carcinogens.

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01/24/2008   
Celebrity Trainer, Actress Battle Dog Obesity
Gunnar Peterson and Molly Sims promote a campaign to help overweight dogs and cats lose 50 million pounds in 2008.
01/19/2008   
Senior Communities Care for Dogs, Other Animals
Residents help care for the animals daily, and executives attribute health gains to animals’ presence.
01/18/2008   
Grant Boosts Non-Surgical Dog Sterilization
A $25,000 grant will help develop injections and other non-invasive procedures to sterilize dogs and cats.
01/15/2008   
Costliest Medical Conditions in Dogs
A pet insurance company reveals the most expensive illnesses based on claims received.
01/14/2008   
Vets Address Dog Microchip Questions, Concerns
The American Veterinary Medical Association releases information on health concerns, standards, and microchip maintenance.
01/11/2008   
Dogs Allergic to Vaccinations Needed for Study
Researchers at Purdue University hope to isolate the cause of allergic reactions to vaccinations in dogs.
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