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  1. Tiny bones, big problems

    Ben J. Character

    Although small, sesamoid bones are an important component to a properly functioning skeletal system.

    Story | Conversation | September 28, 2005
  2. Caring for eye problems

    Ben J. Character

    Care for eye injuries should not be put off. Here are some problems to watch for in your dog.

    Story | Conversation | September 01, 2005
  3. Cherry eye in sporting dogs

    Ben J. Character

    A prolapsed gland of the third eyelid is a common problem encountered in hunting dogs, especially in the hounds.

    Story | Conversation | September 01, 2005
  4. Water woes: It's a year-round danger

    Ben J. Character

    Chronic water exposure and freezing temperatures can make being in the water a dangerous proposition for the retriever, but even when temperatures are mild, water can cause problems for your dog.

    Story | Conversation | January 12, 2005
  5. Locking knees: MPL in squirrel dogs

    Ben J. Character

    Squirrel hunting is growing in popularity not only as leisure hunting but also in the competitive arena. With it's growth has come the development of the newest members of the sporting dog community

    Story | Conversation | October 19, 2004
  6. Kennel cough: The 'goose honk'

    Ben J. Character

    Infectious tracheobronchitis, or "Kennel cough", is a big problem when boarding and kenneling dogs. Since it can hinder breathing to some extent, it can affect performance and should be avoided if possible.

    Story | Conversation | March 24, 2004
  7. Chopper care

    Ben J. Character

    Taking care of your dog's teeth should be just as important as what food you buy. Since, eighty percent of dogs show signs of oral disease by age three, this is an area that should be monitored throughout your dog's life. As always, it is preferable to prevent problems before they occur. To keep your dog's teeth healthy you need to assess three areas: What goes in, what's picked up, and how they look.

    Story | Conversation | February 11, 2004