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With so many dog breeds out there, it helps to ask, “What dog is right for me?” Take a look at our comprehensive infographic and use it to help make your decision.
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.
If you're looking for a spunky, upbeat dog that doubles as a great companion, the Chihuahua is the ideal dog for you. Learn more about this breed and their specific health concerns.
Boston Terriers are wonderful life long companions. Learn more about how to deal with this dog's sensitive stomach, breathing problems, and other health issues.
Neurological disorders in dogs and cats can be quite difficult to cope with. When the brain is affected, so is everything else, affecting your pet's quality of life. Find out all about this brain disease here and the options available for pet parents.
Distichiasis is a condition when an eyelash grows in an odd area of a dog or cat's eyelid causing serious problems such as redness and irritation. Learn more about this abnormality and what possible treatment options are available here.
Everyone loves a big soft dog they can nuzzle into. However, will all of that hair comes a lot of shedding. Find out here which dogs shed the most compared to other breeds.
Small, extra small, and medium breed dogs have different nutritional needs from larger breeds, and are susceptible to some different problems. Find out what your small dog's diet needs.
Like most dogs that were originally bred to be fighting dogs, the French Bulldog is now a great companion to many pet parents. Learn more about this breed's health concerns here.
We all probably know a few dog breeds, but the American Kennel Club lists 175! Find out more about AKC dog breeds.
Stenotic nares are severe nasal abnormalities that are usually seen in brachycephalic dog and cat breeds. This condition can hinder your pet's ability to breathe. Luckily, there are treatment options available.
You've probably seen most of these common cat breeds at some point or another, but you might be surprised about the most common cat of all -- making up 95% of US cats!
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