Articles & Newsletters
The AKC Canine Health Foundation Library is a comprehensive list of all the canine health articles available on this website. You can search for an article by research area or breed. The information is divided into four sections:
Discoveries - the award-winning newsletter of the AKC Canine Health Foundation, published quarterly.
e-Newsletter - view the archives of our e-Newsletter
New Research in Canine Semen Evaluation and Fertility Outcomes November 30, 2017
Artificial insemination (AI) is not an uncommon practice in canine reproduction, and in addition to the practice of AI, the use of chilled or frozen sperm has increased in popularity. But what are the effects of these storage methods on reproductive outcomes?
Leptospirosis Information for Dog Owners November 1, 2017
Learn more about this infectious disease
GCH Whitland One for the Money TD MH22 “Cash” July 1, 2017
Meet Cash. He is our featured dog for the month of July in the 2017 Champions for Canine Health Calendar.
Canine Brucellosis Update June 21, 2017
Canine brucellosis is a reproductive disease caused by the bacterium Brucella canis (B. canis), which can cause infertility, abortion, and severe spinal infections in dogs.
Am./Can. Ch. Indian Bend Too Hot To Handle "Rodney" June 1, 2017
Meet Rodney. He's our featured dog for the month of June in the 2017 Champions for Canine Health Calendar.
The story of how poodle breeders have helped to advance canine epilepsy research.
What dog owners can do for dogs with some types of eye disease.
How cancer is diagnosed and what a dog owner can expect if you find a lump on your dog.
A description of patellar luxation and the available health tests for the orthopedic disease.
The Dalmatian Club of America requirements for the Canine Health Information Center database and the benefits of participation.
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The award-winning print newsletter of the AKC Canine Health Foundation. Providing in-depth information on canine health research and education.
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