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Pancreatitis in the smooth collie
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25th September 2018
The smooth collie is a medium-sized dog breed from the Kennel Club’s pastoral group, and which like many of the other collie breeds, was originally used for a large number of working roles before they really began to develop a lot of popularity as pets. ....Read Full Article

Nasal tumours in dogs
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25th September 2018
Nasal tumours or cancer of the nose is a relatively rare cancer that can affect dogs, but one that can develop quite quickly and be very aggressive. Nasal tumours in dogs come in various different forms, but they are all serious and require the immediate attention of your vet if you spot anything amiss. In this article, we wi....Read Full Article

Adverse vaccine reactions in the pinscher dog breed
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24th September 2018
The pinscher is a medium sized dog from the Kennel Club’s working group, and which is similar in appearance albeit smaller than the better-known Doberman pinscher. Originally bred in their native German....Read Full Article

Urolithiasis in the Cardigan Welsh corgi
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24th September 2018
The Cardigan Welsh corgi is one of the two separate corgi dog breeds, which hails from Wales and that is still very popular in their home country, as well as having a dedicated following of owners and breed enthusiasts all across the UK. ....Read Full Article

Aortic stenosis in the bloodhound dog breed
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23rd September 2018
The bloodhound is a dog breed that is not very commonly seen in the UK these days, but that used to be much more common when the breed was widely used for working roles, thanks to their superior scenting abilities. Despite the fact that bloodhounds are somethin....Read Full Article

Masticatory muscle myositis in the Welsh terrier
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22nd September 2018
The Welsh terrier is one of the less well-known and not so commonly seen terrier breeds in the UK, but as one of our native dog breeds, they are certainly one that is worth considering if you are looking for a new....Read Full Article

Nasal solar dermatitis (Collie Nose) in the rough collie
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22nd September 2018
The rough collie is a dog breed that most of us in the UK have seen at some point, and while this is not the most common or popular of the various different collie dog breeds, these medium-sized and luxuriously coa....Read Full Article

Lymphangiectasia in the soft coated wheaten terrier
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21st September 2018
The soft coated wheaten terrier is a small and not very commonly seen dog breed from the Kennel Club’s terrier group, and which originates from Ireland where they were historically prized as good, versatile all-round working dogs that were used for....Read Full Article

Intussusception in the Leonberger dog breed
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21st September 2018
The Leonberger is a large dog breed from the Kennel Club’s working group, and which originally hails from Germany. They are striking, noble-looking dogs that aren’t hugely common in the UK, and....Read Full Article

Panosteitis in the Dalmatian dog breed
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20th September 2018
Dalmatians are one of the most distinctive looking and handsome dog breeds of them all, thanks to their smart spotted coats and of course, their appearances in films such as 101 Dalmatians and the various sequels and re-makes that have been released over the years. Whilst many dog lovers love the Dalmatian appearance and temp....Read Full Article

Iris coloboma in the Australian shepherd dog breed
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20th September 2018
The Australian shepherd is a medium-sized dog from the Kennel Club’s pastoral group, and which is still widely kept as a working dog in Australia but that is also starting to gain traction as a popular pet all across the world, including within the UK.....Read Full Article

Uveodermatologic syndrome in the Samoyed
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19th September 2018
The Samoyed is a medium sized, playful and plucky white dog from the pastoral grouping, and these quick-witted, affectionate and fun-loving dogs tend to be a good pick for a wide variety of owners, being intelligent, high energy, and very outgoing. Samoyeds are al....Read Full Article

Gout in the pointer dog breed
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19th September 2018
Pointers were originally bred and kept as working gundogs, and used to find and “point” prey out to hunters using a distinctive stance and alert without attacking or harming the prey in question. As a dog breed that is handsome, versatile and intelligent, pointer....Read Full Article

The Airedale terrier and autoimmune hypothyroiditis
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18th September 2018
The Airedale terrier is a large terrier breed that is intelligent, energetic and very quick witted. For dog owners who love the terrier temperament but that are looking for a larger terrier rather than one from the numerous smaller breeds within the group, the Aire....Read Full Article

Siberian Husky frequently asked questions
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17th September 2018
Siberian Huskies are popular companions and family pets being fun-loving, playful and affectionate by nature albeit quite independent with a strong prey drive to boot. They are not the best choice for first time dog owners, but in the right environment and with the right amount of guidance and direction, a ....Read Full Article

Different types of aggression that dogs might exhibit
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16th September 2018
Aggression is something of a dirty word when it comes to dogs, and aggressive behaviours are something that many dog owners don’t know how to handle. Compounding the problem, the idea of admitting that one’s own dog might be aggressive to another person is something that can be very daunting, even if that other person is a ....Read Full Article

Dog grooming and coat care: What is hand stripping?
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14th September 2018
Hand stripping is one of the various different techniques that can be used to groom a dog’s coat, and which is designed to manage coats of a certain type and to produce the desired appearance of the coat of some dog breeds. Hand stripping contrasts with clipping and trimming the coat because as the term implies, it mean....Read Full Article

Juvenile pyoderma in the Weimaraner dog breed
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13th September 2018
The Weimaraner is a large, handsome and distinctive looking dog from the Kennel Club’s Gundog grouping, and which has a noble appearance and distinctive glossy grey coat. Weimaraners are intelligent, high energy dogs that will keep their owners busy and o....Read Full Article

Lymphedema in the German shorthaired pointer
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13th September 2018
The German shorthaired pointer is a medium-sized dog breed from the Kennel Club’s Gundog grouping, and these handsome, pointing dogs are versatile all rounders that make for great pets for active families that like to spend plenty of time outdoors.....Read Full Article

Why does my dog keep getting the hiccups?
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12th September 2018
A bout of hiccups can be quite amusing in the dog, and sometimes it is the dogs that seem to be more surprised when they start hiccupping than their owners! Most dogs don’t get the hiccups regularly, but some do – and this is particularly common in puppies. If your dog gets the hiccups regularly of if they seem to....Read Full Article



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