Canine Aggression August 30, 2010
How to recognize and handle canine aggression.
Canine Compulsive Behavior August 30, 2010
Canine Compulsive Disorder can be perplexing and frustrating for dog owners, but with some effort the behaviors can be prevented or treated.
Discovering Your Dog’s Hidden Health August 2, 2010
Genetic tests can uncover problems before they arise, or prevent them altogether. They are of great importance to breeders and to pet owners alike.
A Clean Bill of Health July 13, 2010
Information about the steps you can take to make sure your new dog is healthy.
Bone Cancer in Dogs May 20, 2010
An overview of bone cancer, how it is diagnosed, options for treatment, expected outcomes, and new information that will help us improve strategies for prevention, control, and treatment of primary osteosarcoma in dogs and children alike.
Vaccines and Vaccination Protocols February 11, 2010
The purpose of a vaccine is to mimic an infection so that the immune system is introduced to the pathogens that will cause protective immunity without causing clinical disease. There are several types of vaccines and some are core (recommended) and others are optional.
Healthy Weight for Dogs January 1, 2010
Tips for how to keep your dog the right weight through proper diet and exercise.
Tailoring Immunonutrition for Individual Dogs October 23, 2009
Immune function plays an important role in a dog’s health and well-being. A key ingredient of healthy immune function is good nutrition, or simply put, what a dog eats.
Clinical Trials Offer Novel Cancer Therapies October 23, 2009
David Vail, D.V.M., DACVIM-Oncology, professor of oncology and director of the Center for Clinical Trials and Research at the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine, advocates to owners whose dogs are diagnosed with aggressive forms of cancer to consider participating in clinical trials whenever possible.
Surgery for Extrahepatic Liver Shunts September 18, 2009
A condition common in toy and small breeds, liver shunts occur when dogs develop an abnormal blood vessel, the shunt, connecting the portal vein to the vena cava, the large vein in the abdomen that carries blood from the back of the legs to the heart.
Help Future Generations of Dogs
Participate in canine health research by providing samples or by enrolling in a clinical trial. Samples are needed from healthy dogs and dogs affected by specific diseases.