The COVID-19 virus is seriously affecting the world of cynology
Castrated bitches have a three times higher chance of becoming incontinent than intact bitches. This appears from research published in England earlier this year.
The Saint Bernard, like every breed, has a number of problems.
The US Food and Commodities Authority, FDA, states in a message that pet owners should be alert to anti-fleas and tick-based pesticides based on isoxazoline.
It is the time of the year: grass spikes! Nasty spikes that come from a wild grass species that grows about everywhere and can cause a lot of misery very quickly in dogs.
In the Netherlands, the undersecretary of economy mr Van Dam has no intentions whatsoever to get the anti-flee pills from Bravecto out of the vet’s shops.
Anxious, stressed dogs. For many owners, and the dog self, a big problem. Barking, jumping, restless behavior, even aggressive behavior. No pleasure for both dogs and owners.
Hundreds of dogs will soon be visiting the vet. Why? Because they are in the dark days before Christmas and have found somewhere a bowl of chocolate and eaten the whole.
How can owners of dachshunds lower chances for IVDD, the typical type of paralysis in the breed, as much as possible?
The United Kingdom is currently being rocked by the outbreak of the mysterious disease: Alabama Rot. This disease is named after the US state where it was first diagnosed.
Pure breeds are looked upon very critically these days.
The European Medicines Agency (EMA) has asked Merck to do further investigation to adverse reactions of the chewable flea treatment product Bravecto.
It has been in existence for two years, but is still relatively unknown in the Netherlands, the Epilepsy Pet Tracker, an app for IOS and Android where dog owners can keep track of when, how and how
Many dog breeds have to deal with epilepsy, a disease which is genetically passed on.
Many owners spay or neuter their dogs, an euphemism for a castration.