Here’s a great story from Georgia, about a paralyzed dog named Bernie who was nursed back to health by a dedicated team of veterinary surgeons and rehab staff. After undergoing surgery to fix a disc in his neck, 12-year-old Bernie did not . . .
Written by: Liz Nahon, DVM
To Tracy and Andy Dauterman, Cami was no ordinary dog. As most Golden Retriever owners can attest, Cami was an adorable and rambunctious puppy who loved nothing more than to chase lizards and. . .
One of the more difficult realities of dog ownership is the knowledge that your best friend won’t be around forever. According to a recent article in The Seattle Times, a team of scientists at the. . .
I’ll admit that I had no idea that this was possible: a sweet dog named Adam is actually allergic to people, in the same way that people can be allergic to dogs. As you might imagine, this is a huge problem for an. . .
A new sport for canines has been slowly growing in popularity since it was imported from Germany four years ago. Treiball (pronounced try-ball) is designed to keep dogs active, engage their. . .
In the wake of yesterday’s tragic news that Excalibur—the dog belonging to a Spanish nurse who has contracted ebola—was euthanized by authorities who believed that the dog could. . .
The spread of the deadly ebola virus outside Africa has much of the world on edge, but dog lovers are paying special attention to a case in Spain. A nurse named Teresa Romero Ramos is the first person to be infected in Europe, after she treated two Spanish priests who. . .
Golden Study Celebrates Its Second Year
By: David Haworth, DVM, PhD
President/CEO, Morris Animal Foundation
I’m writing today while Bridger, my 16-month-old furry child, is lying on my feet. Bridger is an enthusiastic, unapologetic ball of energy and joy, all contained in a beautiful Golden Retriever body….