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Rage syndrome is a genetic disorder that most often occurs in particular dog breeds such as Springer Spaniels. Although there is no way to prevent rage syndrome, there are precautions you can take to help keep both your dog and family safe.
Several breeds of dogs and some cats are at risk for "cherry eye," an eye disorder. If you see the signs, talk to your vet as soon as possible.
Every dog is special and unique in their own way. However, albino dogs are in rare form, and require slightly different care. Find out all about albinism here.
Ectropion and Entropion are two similar eye conditions that have been found in particular dog breeds. Learn more here about both the differences and similarities of these conditions and the various treatment options that are available.
It can be tricky to find the right pet to mesh in with your family, especially if you have children. Find out what you need to know before you adopt a pet.
The English Springer Spaniel is a very active dog that makes for a great family pet if properly socialized. Learn more about this breed's personality traits here.
Young or old, your Cockapoo can benefit from basic training. From obedience to personal bonding, learn the benefits of training here.
The great thing about Cockapoos is that they can be groomed in so many different great styles. It really comes down to your own personal taste and preference. Learn more here.
For those globe trotters who want to take their canine companions with them, there are a number of excellent breeds who travel well. These dogs will not only be low-stress companions, they’ll enjoy the experience as well.
Which dog breeds are best for retirees? This depends on your lifestyle and energy level. Find out which dog may be right for you.
Dogs, like all mammals, maintain balance with a part of the brain called the vestibular system. Disturbances or injuries to this system can cause nausea and imbalance.
You may be looking for a dog that's not so small you may step on them, but not so big they can leap the fence in a single bound. Take a look at these great small to medium dog breeds.
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