Hyperadrenocorticism Ron Hines DVM PhD (Published 2007 Fall Newsletter) Cushing's syndrome is a disease with very distinct clinical signs in your pet. It is also called hyperadrenocorticism. Two small glands, the adrenal glands, that lay just ahead of your dog's kidneys are responsible for this problem. When these glands over-produce the hormones, cortisones,hyperadrenocorticism results. All … Continue reading Treating Cushing’s Disease In Your Dog
Sally Bedow, Treasurer (2007 Fall Newsletter) My job at the Port of Victoria is heavily into disaster preparedness so consequently I try to keep a plan formalized for our household and our dogs as well. Perhaps we all have a disaster preparedness plan in place whether we are faced with hurricanes, blizzards, forest fires or … Continue reading Fur Family – Disaster Preparedness Plan
By Tess Thompson (from 2007 Winter Newsletter) The liver is a multifunctional organ in the body. It is involved in practically all the biochemical processes that go on in a healthy body. It transfers food into energy, detoxifies waste materials, synthesizes proteins and also serves as a blood reservoir. It is natural for any disorder … Continue reading Symptoms of Liver Cancer in a Dog – A Matter of Keen Observation
Amongst the hundreds of research studies currently out there it is still difficult to pinpoint the root cause for such an obscure disease. For now, there is no cure and no sound conclusive analytical models that can be utilized to defend.
UPDATE: The remaining participants needed for the study have been sponsored in order to complete the study in a timely manner. There is No Cost to submit your Eskie. Up to two unrelated per household. We really need participation by UKC AE breeders. The baseline study will close at the end of January, so time … Continue reading American Eskimo – Sponsored Genetic Diversity Test
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Clinical Trial in Diabetes Do you have a cat or dog with diabetes? Consider enrolling in clinical trial today. The Diabetic Program at Penn Vet strives to improve the treatment of diabetes in dogs and cats, and to investigate the genetic risk for diabetes in dogs. University of Pennsylvania Veterinary School researchers have undertaken the … Continue reading Diabetes Program
PURINA PARENT CLUB PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMRead more on the Purina Parent Club program. To be eligible for Purina Pro Club, you must be a breeder or personally care for 5 or more dogs or cats. It’s free and easy to sign up. Just complete the 2 part application (member/pet profiles) to start taking advantage of Purina Pro … Continue reading Purina Pro Club