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:- [[Media:dangerous.pdf|Dangerous Dog's Bill, Australian Parliament, Sep' 2010]]
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:- A newly-reported tropical [[parasite]] in dogs - [[Rangelia spp|Rangeliosis]]
:- The emerging role of [[Wolbachia spp|Wolbachia]] [[bacterial diseases|bacteria]] in the treatment of [[Heartworm disease]]
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:- ''[[Wolbachia spp]]'' - a key role in the pathogenesis of [[heartworm disease]]
:- Know your [[zoonoses]]
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:- Know your [[zoonoses]] before they know you
 
:- The unshifting paradigm of [[inflammatory bowel disease]]
 
:- The unshifting paradigm of [[inflammatory bowel disease]]
:- Dogs that are 'garbage eaters' - the relentless impact of [[tremorgenic mycotoxicosis]]
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:- 'Garbage eaters' - the relentless impact of [[tremorgenic mycotoxicosis]]
 
:- [[Snake-bite poisoning]] in dogs
 
:- [[Snake-bite poisoning]] in dogs
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:- [[Nikkomycin]] - a new drug for ''[[Coccidioides spp]]'' infections
 
:- [[Vaccinations|Vaccination protocols]]
 
:- [[Vaccinations|Vaccination protocols]]
 
:- Post-operative bleeding - have you ruled out [[hemophilia]]?
 
:- Post-operative bleeding - have you ruled out [[hemophilia]]?
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:- [[Lithium]] - a useful drug in [[diethylstilboestrol]]-induced myelosuppression
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:- Thinking [[parvovirus]]? Consider [[canine bocavirus|bocavirus]]
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:- (W)retched congenital anomalies (associated with [[regurgitation]]) - [[gastroesophageal intussusception]], [[vascular ring anomaly]], [[hiatal hernia]], [[esophageal diverticula]], [[peritoneopericardial hernia]]
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:- All the dope on [[greyhound drug testing]]
 
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:- It is a myth that dogs are color blind. They can actually see in color, just not as vividly as humans. It is akin to our vision at dusk.
 
:- It is a myth that dogs are color blind. They can actually see in color, just not as vividly as humans. It is akin to our vision at dusk.
 
:- Dogs’ only sweat glands are between their paw pads
 
:- Dogs’ only sweat glands are between their paw pads
:- Like human babies, Chihuahuas are born with a soft spot in their skull which closes with age.
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:- Like human babies, [[Chihuahua]]s are born with a soft spot in their skull which closes with age.
:- The breed Lundehune has 6 toes and can close its ears
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:- The breed [[Lundehund]] has 6 toes and can close its ears
 
:- A dog’s mouth exerts up to 400 pounds of pressure per square inch
 
:- A dog’s mouth exerts up to 400 pounds of pressure per square inch
 
:- [[Greyhound|Greyhounds]] are the fastest dogs on earth, with speeds of up to 45 miles per hour
 
:- [[Greyhound|Greyhounds]] are the fastest dogs on earth, with speeds of up to 45 miles per hour

Latest revision as of 04:10, 1 March 2017

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Latest articles

- A newly-reported tropical parasite in dogs - Rangeliosis
- Wolbachia spp - a key role in the pathogenesis of heartworm disease
- Know your zoonoses before they know you
- The unshifting paradigm of inflammatory bowel disease
- 'Garbage eaters' - the relentless impact of tremorgenic mycotoxicosis
- Snake-bite poisoning in dogs
- Nikkomycin - a new drug for Coccidioides spp infections
- Vaccination protocols
- Post-operative bleeding - have you ruled out hemophilia?
- Lithium - a useful drug in diethylstilboestrol-induced myelosuppression
- Thinking parvovirus? Consider bocavirus
- (W)retched congenital anomalies (associated with regurgitation) - gastroesophageal intussusception, vascular ring anomaly, hiatal hernia, esophageal diverticula, peritoneopericardial hernia
- All the dope on greyhound drug testing

Did you know...

- It is a myth that dogs are color blind. They can actually see in color, just not as vividly as humans. It is akin to our vision at dusk.
- Dogs’ only sweat glands are between their paw pads
- Like human babies, Chihuahuas are born with a soft spot in their skull which closes with age.
- The breed Lundehund has 6 toes and can close its ears
- A dog’s mouth exerts up to 400 pounds of pressure per square inch
- Greyhounds are the fastest dogs on earth, with speeds of up to 45 miles per hour
- Three dogs survived the sinking of the Titanic – a Newfoundland, a Pomeranian, and a Pekingese
- Obesity is the number one health problem among dogs
- The biggest breed of domesticated dogs are the Irish Wolfhound and the smallest is the Chihuahua
- Police dogs are trained to react to commands in a foreign language; commonly German but more recently Hungarian or some other Slavic tongue.

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