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(Web Page; Tue Dec 01 13:46:00 CST 2020)
Description: The AKC Canine Health Foundation awards three Clinician-Scientist Fellowships for 2021 to encourage and support the next generation of canine health researchers.
(Web Page; Mon Dec 21 12:45:00 CST 2020)
Description: The AKC Canine Health Foundation celebrates continued growth in its canine health investments, awarding $3.29 million in 53 new grants during 2020.
(Web Page; Wed Nov 24 13:46:00 CST 2021)
Description: The AKC Canine Health Foundation (CHF), a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing the health of all dogs, awards three Clinician-Scientist Fellowships for 2022.
(Web Page; Mon May 12 09:33:00 CDT 2014)
Description: Bruiser was a six-year-old Miniature Pinscher who enjoyed the outdoors but unexpectantly passed away due to respiratory failure shortly after a hiking trip. He died from a disease known as Blastomycosis which is caused by a serious systemic fungal organism that hid in his system for two weeks before showing any physical symptoms of illness.
(Web Page; Wed Apr 17 14:53:00 CDT 2019)
Description: AKC Canine Health Foundation has awarded 28 new canine health research grants in 12 different research program areas since the start of 2019.
(Web Page; Mon Nov 29 11:53:00 CST 2021)
To sustain future advancements in canine and human health, the AKC Canine Health Foundation (CHF) makes it a priority to encourage and support the next generation of canine health researchers. The AKC Canine Health Foundation Clinician-Scientist Fellowship Program has been established to support young scientists. The biographies and research projects for all the Clinician-Scientist Fellows are available here.
(Web Page; Fri Feb 18 12:34:00 CST 2011)
Description: Recent surveys suggest that 25 to 40 percent of dogs visiting veterinary clinics are overweight or even obese. This article provides healthy diet advice for overweight dogs.
58. Canine Obesity
(Web Page; Wed Oct 19 11:27:00 CDT 2011)
Description: Obesity is the number one nutritional disease affecting our pets. As Americans have packed on the pounds, so have the canine and feline companions with whom we share our homes and, occasionally, our meals. Obesity is also the number one disease Dr. Patrick Mahaney diagnoses in dogs and cats in his clinical practice.
(Web Page; Thu Feb 04 09:20:00 CST 2016)
Description: The AKC Canine Health Foundation announces that 30 grants have been awarded in 2015 to researchers studying canine disease. These grants, totaling nearly $1.5 million, will continue to build on CHF-funded advances in veterinary medicine and biomedical science, impacting both canine and human health.
(Web Page; Tue Jul 26 11:02:00 CDT 2022)
Past issues of the AKC Canine Health Foundation online newsletter.
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.