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Health and Ailments




Bone Broth Gel

Dogaware Arthritis in Dogs

B-Natural Newsletter




Cushing's Disease in Dogs

Cushing's Disease in Your Dog

Addison's Disease: The Great Pretender
By Mary Straus

Addison's Disease
Encyclopedia of Canine Veterinary Medical Information




Pet Care
Don't get online during a pet emergency

Red Rover
Pet Disaster Preparedness

Emergency Pet Evacuation
Web sites for preparing to evacuate your pet during a disaster

Poison Control
The ASPCA has a new poison control hotline phone number for pets. If you have reason to suspect that your pet may have been exposed to something toxic, either internally or externally, this phone number will connect you with an ASPCA veterinarian specially trained to assist pet owners or other vets. This is the only dedicated animal poison control hotline in the world manned by veterinarians, not telephone operators. The number is staffed 24/7.
Toll Free: 888-4ANI-HELP or 888-426-4435

Poison Control Toxicology Bulletin: Grapes and Raisins
The ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center is aware of recent reports of dogs alleged to have developed kidney failure following ingestion of large amounts of grapes or raisins. Veterinary toxicologists at the Animal Poison Control Center are currently investigating these cases in an attempt to determine the causative agents or disease processes. At this time the exact role of grapes or raisins in these cases is unclear. Pet owners whose dogs have ingested large quantities of grapes or raisins, or veterinarians managing such cases, are encouraged to call the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center immediately:
Toll Free: 888-4ANI-HELP or 888-426-4435




Canine Epilepsy Network

The Epi Guardian Angels




Eye Diseases and Eye Care for your Dog

Canine Eye Registration Foundation (CERF)

Indolent Corneal Ulcer
Article from the Animal Ophthalmology Clinic




Canine Inherited Disorders Database

OFA Registries
Orthopedic Foundation for Animals




Congestive Heart Failure (CHF)
A discussion/support group for people looking to maximize survival time and and improve the quality of life of the dogs we love who are afflicted with Congestive Heart Failure

Heartworm: A Preventable Heartache for You and Your Dog

Heartworm Disease in Dogs
By Mary Straus

American Heartworm Society

OFA - Heart Registry




OFA - Canine Hip Dysplasia

OFA - Elbows

Treating Hip Dysplasia in Dogs




Pancreatitis and Pancreas Problems

Pancreatitis In Dogs
Three different articles on this page




Skin Care Regime for Dogs with Skin Problems

Skin Problems

Westie Med, Inc.
Malassezia Dermatitis in Westies which are similar to Cairns

Seborrhea in Dogs
Excessive Oily or Flaky Skin

Why Your Dog Needs Omega 3 Fatty Acids!
By Lew Olson

The ABCs of EFAs
By Mary Straus

Introduction of Homemade Diets for Dogs
By Mary Straus




Behavioral Changes Associated with Thyroid Dysfunction In Dogs

Hypothyroidism in Dogs
By Mary Straus

Dog Thyroid Problems

OFA - Thyroid Registry




Holistic Health Index

By Mary Straus

Vaccinations...Needed or Not?




Merck Veterinary Manual

Vet Animal Health Index A-M
Alphabetical (click on letter) canine health index

Washington State University Vet School




Brucellosis - Infectious Disease

Cairn Terrier Health

Dogs - Illness & Injury ( Cairn Terrier Health

Insurance for your Pets

Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Laboratory Tests: Understanding Your Pet's Blood Work
This guide may help you understand your pet’s test results

Obesity in Our Pets

Valley Fever: Do Dogs Get Valley Fever?