Recognition of Canine Dental and Oral Pathology December 16, 2005

The recognition and treatment of canine dental and oral pathology is an important component in successful management of canine health. Many dental and oral lesions occur frequently in dogs but may have a variety of presentations and treatment options.

The Genetics of Canine Aging and Longevity May 17, 2005

It is a well-known phenomenon among owners and breeders that purebred dogs exhibit a decrease in life expectancy as the breed size increases. Researchers at Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine believe that this unexpected trend seen in the dog is due in part to underlying genetic factors.

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