Protecting Working Dogs and Canine Athletes from the Negative Effects of Hyperthermia April 28, 2021
CHF-funded investigators demonstrate a novel adaptation to physical exercise in dogs.
Initial findings from the AKC Canine Health Foundation funded investigation into the apparent increase in diet-related dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM) in dogs.
CHF-funded investigators documented that urine protein loss was significantly higher in dogs with gallbladder mucoceles.
Promising Research on the Use of CBD to Treat Canine Cancer March 22, 2021
A CHF-funded study documents the anti-cancer effects of CBD alone and in combination with chemotherapy drugs.
Liquid Biopsy for Canine Histiocytic Sarcoma and Lymphoma March 16, 2021
Liquid biopsy through measurement of circulating tumor DNA in a blood sample shows promise in diagnosing canine cancers such as histiocytic sarcoma and multicentric lymphoma.
CHF-funded investigators characterized several central nervous system malformations seen in Cavalier King Charles Spaniels which cause symptoms of pain and abnormal sensations.
Refining the Complex Genetics That Influence Canine Hip Dysplasia February 18, 2021
CHF-funded investigators confirmed 21 different loci (or locations) on 14 chromosomes that are significantly associated with the risk of hip dysplasia in dogs.
Granulomatous Colitis in Boxers and French Bulldogs February 2, 2021
CHF-funded researchers at Cornell University have been studying this disease to identify the underlying genetic mutations and explore the molecular processes involved.
Researching Mechanisms of Chronic Pain in Dogs January 25, 2021
CHF-funded investigators have demonstrated the presence of two types of functioning receptors involved in pain signalling in canine macrophages, allowing better study of chronic pain in dogs.
CHF-funded investigators describe several genetic mutations that contribute to the risk of Addison's Disease in the Bearded Collie.
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