Stressed owners have stressed dogs...

Are you stressed out, pessimistic? Chances are you dog is it too. The emotional state of people has a profound effect on their dog.

Clotting problem in short muzzled breeds

Recently a publication came online about problems of which the researchers assumed they might occur in short muzzled breeds more often then known.

Parasite kills 9 month old puppy

People sometimes tend to think lightly on deworming, but it deserves more attention. The sad story of Loulou proves this point. Her owner gave us the permission to share her story.

Computertraining a benefit for older dogs

Give your dog a warm seat at  elderlyage, and let them sleep peacefully day in and day out. It is possible, but for him that is not the best.

New research: Dogs can be cariers of tularemia

Not only humans but also dogs can become infected with tularemia, a life-threatening disease for rabbits or rodents. The disease is more known here as the hare plague.

Eyeworm makes victims amongst dogs

Although the number of cases so far is limited, the condition is on the rise. An eye infection in dogs, caused by worms.

Ministry is going to interfere with muzzle length

In the world of pug owners and breeders many people disagree about how to breed and what actions to take.The board of the breed association Commedia believes action must be taken because the health

Measuring the pug's baseline

De mopshond. Een uniek hondenras, behorend bij de brachycefale rassen, de kortsnuiten. En over die kortsnuiten is veel te doen.

Brucellosis, the facts and the risks

It sounds dramatic, and it is. The NVWA has found the Brucellosis Canis bacteria in dogs in the Netherlands "for the first time" (as some newspapers put in their headline).

Degenerative myelopathy does not exist with French Bulldogs

This article is written in response to the misinformation and gene pool destructive genetic testing that is currently going on in the French Bulldog breed regarding degenerative myelopathy (DM).