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We know very little about the ancestry of the Weimaraner and such knowledge as we have comes mainly from the United States
Main  History
19.05.2014 · From gsicard
Probably no other skin disease will cause your dog to scratch and bite at her skin with such intensity.
12.05.2014 · From gsicard
Otodectic mites are tiny insects that live in the ear canals and feed by piercing the skin
12.05.2014 · From gsicard
Canine parvovirus is an acute, highly contagious disease of dogs that was first described in the early 1970s
12.05.2014 · From admin
Our dogs are faithful companions, and they depend on us for good care.
Dogs  Other
12.05.2014 · From gsicard
A prominent member of the Spitz group
04.05.2014 · From gsicard
One of Africas premier predators
Main  Articles
16.03.2014 · From someone
The breed standard forthe Boz Shepherd
14.03.2014 · From gsicard
Vitamin C - Cures Hip Dysplasia By Larry Mueller, Hunting Dogs Editor, Outdoor Life.
Main  Genetics
07.01.2014 · From admin
Created by crossing the American Bulldog with the Rafeiro de Alentejo, and then introducing carefuly selected AmStaff blood.
06.01.2014 · From admin
The native dogs of Phu Quoc Island excel at digging holes
Main  Articles
04.01.2014 · From admin
A dossier of the Caucasian Shepherd Dog written in an Italian dog magazine.
Main  Articles
01.01.2014 · From gsicard
Operations: Two Viable Options-Modern technology and an old standby method are analyzed as CHD treatments
23.12.2013 · From admin
Surgery may be recommended for suitable candidates, taking into account expected activity level, longevity and use and value of the dog.
23.12.2013 · From admin
Treatment of this disease must be tailored specifically to the needs of your pet, whether using conventional or alternative medicine
23.12.2013 · From admin
An evaluation method is needed that is not only diagnostic but which can predict the probability of canine hip dysplasia.
23.12.2013 · From admin
The Role of Orthopedic Registries in Fighting Canine Hip Dysplasia; Registries, although essential in documenting CHD, have not been used to their full potential
23.12.2013 · From admin
The authors assess the pros and cons of standard diagnostic methods for hip dysplasia By John C. Cargill, MA MBA, MS and Susan Thorpe-Vargas, MS
23.12.2013 · From admin
Canine Hip Dysplasia Part II - Causative Factors of Canine Hip Dysplasia by Author: John C. Cargill MA MBA MS & Dr. Susan Thorpe-Vargas
23.12.2013 · From admin
To understand this genetically transmitted disease, we must first understand the workings of the normal canine hip. By John C. Cargill, MA MBA, MS and Susan Thorpe-Vargas, MS
23.12.2013 · From admin
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