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Issue 36: March 2017
Epilepsy and Tick-Borne Disease Initiatives, the legacy of Margaret W. Pratt, gut bacteria and brain disease in dogs, and canine hemangiosarcoma webinar.
Issue 34: October 2016
Thyroid disease research, 2015 annual report, and cancer immunotherapy webinar.
Issue 33: August 2016
Tick-Borne Disease Initiative update, epilepsy grant funding, atopic dermatitis, and lymphoma webinar.
Issue 32: March 2016
Tick-Borne Disease Initiative, Purple Day, fleas and ticks webinar, and canine osteosarcoma.
Issue 31: January 2016
Canine influenza, dental health, itchy dogs webinar, and degenerative myelopathy.
Issue 30: December 2015
#GivingTuesday, keeping your dog safe during the holidays and winter months, and 9/11 search and rescue dogs.
Issue 29: September 2015
Separation anxiety and noise phobia, regenerative medicine clinical trial, and National Disaster Preparedness Month.
Issue 28: July 2015
CHF and VetVine Webinar series, hyperthermia, personalized medicine to treat pulmonary hypertension, and pet fire safety tips.
Issue 27: May 2015
Pet Cancer Awareness Month, cancer in the dog, novel treatments for brain cancer, and advances in lymphoma treatment.
Issue 26: March 2015
Leptospirosis, tick-borne disease, and gene therapy to treat dilated cardiomyopathy.
Issue 25: January 2015
Participating in canine health research, MicroRNAs in kidney and heart disease, and keeping dogs' paws healthy.
Issue 24: November 2014
Periodontal disease, regenerative medicine, and holiday safety tips.
Issue 23: September 2014
Celebrating senior dogs. Regenerative medicine, canine hypertension, and keeping pet food safe.
Issue 22: July 2014
Topics include steps to prevent dehydration and overheating, regenerative medicine grant, and a novel diagnostic test for histoplasmosis.
Issue 21: May 2014
Topics include Pet Cancer Awareness Month
Issue 20: March 2014
Topics include epilepsy awareness, how dogs acquire knowledge, canine hypertension and more.
Issue 19: January 2014
Topics include customized medicine, 4-star Charity Navigator rating, early scent introduction and more.
Issue 18: November 2013
Topics include bloat grants funded, persistence in research, and eye health.
Issue 17: September 2013
Topics include supporting research outside of your breed, stopping drug resistant bacteria, and emergency preparedness.
Issue 16: July 2013
Topics include pet travel safety, Bloat Initiative update, motion sickness in dogs and more.
Issue 15: May 2013
Topics include Pet Cancer Awareness Month and more.
Issue 14: March 2013
Topics include various health concerns of the canine athlete.
Issue 13: January 2013
Topics include Bloat, IMHA, Ear Health and more.
Issue 12: November 2012
Topics include the Clinician-Scientist Fellowship Program, Holiday Safety, Gum Disease and more.
Issue 11: September 2012
Topics include Pythiosis, New Eye Registry and Database, Planned Giving and more.
Issue 10: July 2012
Topics include Laser Therapy for Dogs, Cruciate Ligament Rupture Research and the Canine Athlete Initiative
Issue 9: May 2012
Topics include Metronomic Chemotherapy, Locating Clinical Trials and Mast Cell Tumors.
Issue 7: January 2012
Topics include Pancreatitis, Improving Cataract Surgery Outcomes, and Dehydration and Overheating in dogs.
Issue 5: September 2011
Topics include Lens Luxation in Terriers, Osteosarcoma Research, Canine Arthritis and upcoming events.
Issue 4: July 2011
Topics include Hereditary Cataract, Lymphoma Research and Determining When to Spay or Neuter.
Issue 3: May 2011
Topics include Immunonutrition, Grass Awn Migration Disease, Osteosarcoma Research and recent genetic discoveries.
Issue 2: March 2011
Topics include Transitional Cell Carcinoma, Vaccination Protocols and Cranial Cruciate Ligament (CrCL) Deficiency.
Issue 1: January 2011
Topics include Noise Phobia, Subaortic Stenosis and Canine Allergies.
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