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Dogs come in all shapes and sizes, and different dog breeds can be affected by different health concerns. This list of dog breeds outlines the predisposed genetic conditions common in each breed. See what your dog might have in store, and how to prepare.
The Cockapoo is a cross-bred dog between an American or English Cocker Spaniel and a Poodle, giving you a very unique and sweet dog. Learn more about this dog's specific health needs here.
The Labrador Retriever is the most popular and beloved breed throughout the United States and Canada. This dog is a great addition to any family. Learn more about this breed's health concerns here.
The Siberian Husky is primarily a healthy dog, but can still fall victim to common canine diseases. Learn more about the Siberian Husky and their health needs here.
Cocker Spaniels can be either the English or the American version of this breed. Both dogs are great hunting dogs and share many of the same characteristics, including health problems. Learn about how to take care of this special breed here.
The English Springer Spaniel is usually a health dog who can bring a smile to any pet parent's face with their spunky personality. Learn about this breed's particular health needs here.
The Miniature Schnauzer is a very lively and spunky dog, but they can inherit or develop serious health problems. Learn more about this breed's health needs.
The Pomeranian is a relatively healthy breed, which is nonetheless prone to a few conditions such as alopecia and retinal atrophy, among others. Learn more about the Pomeranian and their health needs.
The Shetland Sheepdog is a much beloved herding dog that often serves as a companion dog in families. Learn more about this breed's specific health needs here.
Plenty of cat lovers treat their beloved felines just like a member of the family. And like every other member of the family, there's a cost associated with taking care of these furry friends year after year. Find out which breeds are at the top of the list of most expensive cats, and what makes them so pricey.
The Lhasa Apso is one of the oldest breeds in human history. With this long lineage comes also a set of health problems. Learn more about the Lhasa Apso and their specific health needs here.
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.
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