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Pet insurance review: Daisy the Dachshund

A tad too smart for her own good, Daisy can unzip bags and climb things that dogs her size normally can’t. Unfortunately, that can get her in trouble.
Pet Health

Hemorrhagic gastroenteritis in pets

Hemorrhagic gastroenteritis is a potentially life-threatening disease that most commonly affects young, small dogs.
Pet Health

Immunodeficiency disease in Weimaraners

Weimaraners with immunodeficiency disease have one or more defects in their immune system, making them more susceptible to infections.
Pet Health

Working dog breeds are more prone to health issues

Recognized for their intelligence and power, working dog breeds are also more prone to certain injuries and illnesses than dogs from other groups

Nose work: the perfect dog job

Perhaps the most classic job for dogs (other than farm dog) is that of a tracking dog. They've been portrayed in movies for decades, but tracking isn't just for actors and police dogs.
Pet Health

Are dog DNA tests worth it?

Should you have your dog’s DNA tested? What can these tests tell you, and how accurate are they?
Pet Health

Are we overbreeding the bulldog?

The fact is, if we don’t change the way Bulldogs are bred soon, they may not be around much longer.

The most affectionate dog breeds according to science

Everyone likes to think they have an affectionate dog, but are some dog breeds more affectionate than others?