Hip Dysplasia in Pit Bulls

Canine hip dysplasia is a common orthopedic problem in Pit Bulls. The disease is caused by a loose hipbone to thighbone connection leading to hind joint pain and lameness ranging from mild to severely crippling. What causes it? Hip dysplasia is genetically transmitted but because multiple genes are involved, scientists have not been able to […]

Hip Dysplasia in Irish Setters

Hip Dysplasia in Irish Setters would seem to be an anomaly given their boisterous and energetic demeanor. They want to be involved in everything you do and everywhere you go, whether indoors or out. They are known for being good-natured and friendly with children. Irish Setters Irish Setters will form a strong bond with their […]

How Much Exercise Does Your Dog Need?

How much exercise does your dog need in order to stay healthy and avoid dog pain? Humans need to exercise regularly and so do dogs. Exercise is just one of your dog’s basic needs. Most dogs need one to two hours of exercise every day to help keep them healthy. Depending on your dog’s age […]

Hip Dysplasia in Labradors

Hip dysplasia in Labradors is a genetic disease that can cause crippling, lameness and severe arthritic pain in a dog’s joints. For Labradors that are genetically prone to hip dysplasia, symptoms can occur in puppies that are just a few months old or they can strike later in a dog’s life. Causes & symptoms of […]

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