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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
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Histiocytic sarcoma in dogs

Malignant histiocytosis is the result of the uncontrolled proliferation of histiocytes.
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What to do if your dog has a seizure

For pet owners, seizures caused by epilepsy or other medical conditions can be a frightening problem.
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What you need to know about bird flu in cats

Veterinarians and human health officials got a scare late in 2016 when a new disease showed up in cats (and people!).
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Is bacteria making pets obese?

You’ve probably heard the adage, “You are what you eat.” Now, science has suggested a slight tweak.

Why are dogs’ noses wet?

A common misconception is that if dog’s nose isn’t cold and wet, then the dog must be sick. This simply isn’t true.
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Cyberknife treatment for pets with cancer

CyberKnife radiation is delivered via an “intelligent” arm so accurate it can target the cancer within a 1-5 millimeter tissue margin.
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What your dog’s hair loss says about their health

Hair loss (or alopecia) in dogs can be more than just an unsightly nuisance — it could signal an underlying issue.