Canine Hip Dysplasia Part II - Causative Factors of Canine Hip Dysplasia by Author: John C. Cargill MA MBA MS & Dr. Susan Thorpe-Vargas
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
An insightful article on Hypothyroidism by Author: John C. Cargill MA MBA MS & Dr. Susan Thorpe-Vargas
There was a time, when aboriginal dogs were the only dogs available
This is a list of dogs that are on the brink of Extinction. Cross posted from FB with permission of the author.
The Shar Pei's highly romanticized history and supposed ancient origin have been promoted and accepted for many years
Bakerwali dog breeds nearing extinction
Dr. Duclos explains about mixing raw and kibble in your dogs' food.
Catherine de la Cruz © | Ms. de la Cruz makes a good case for another view of LGD history.
The most critical time for the life of a dog is when it is still a puppy because they need to be taught how to socialize properly.
In a free market economy an effective economic boycott makes a powerful statement.
"In the best interest of the breed, the numbers of litters a dog sires could be limited." by Carole Adley
We are now accepting banner and side advertisements | If you have always wanted to advertise on molosserdogs.com now is your chance.
The Alpha-Rollover is sometimes used incorrectly to establish order. In this article the PuppyWizard Mr. Jerry Howe, author of the Wits End Dog Training Manual explains...
Wild canines are constantly in search of food for survival. Although you will never let your dog go hungry, his instinct to find food remains strong.
"Ok, you all know about the normal hazards like a fast moving vehicle, the business end of a gun, drowning, heat exhaustion and other obvious dangers.
Frank Townsend Barton M.R.C.V.S Published 1905 |
An article by Anderw J about cross breeding. | A fantastic article about the benefits of crossing breeds and the some assumptions about the results. This is a must read.
By S. Wannakrairoj, Ph. D. Hundreds of dog breeds world-wide have evolved through natural and/or artificial selection of genetic variances arisen from mutation and hybridization.