English Springer Spaniels are a marvelous combination of sturdiness and composure. They are charming dogs that feel right at home at family events, picnics or even dinner parties. Most people wouldn’t associate English Springer Spaniels and hip dysplasia because it just doesn’t seem to be a major problem with this breed. But statistics prove that these beautiful animals are indeed …Continue reading Hip Dysplasia in English Springer Spaniels →
A DOG’S DAILY DIARY:My Favorite Things
When it comes to the simple pleasures of enjoying whatever life hands us, I thought you might enjoy reading this wonderful excerpt written by Warren Eckstein. It sure sums up a typical day for my dog!
7:00 am – Breakfast! My favorite thing!
8:00 am –A walk around the neighborhood! My favorite thing!
9:00 am – Went …
Lung and breast cancers are the leading causes of cancer deaths worldwide. Obviously, early detection of these cancers is desperately needed.
In a new scientific study, researchers have presented surprising new evidence that dogs may be able to detect early cancers in humans.
The study was published a few years ago in the March 2006 issue of the journal Integrative Cancer …
Just like humans, older dogs are susceptible to many diseases, arthritis and hip dysplasia being two of the most common ailments. If your dog is affected by arthritis, there are some things you’ll need to do to make sure it’s comfortable at all times and has the ability – and mobility – to enjoy its “golden years.”
Arthritis is a …Continue reading Arthritis in Older Dogs →
You found me when I was a sad puppy, alone in this big cruel world. You took me home and we became fast friends. You hugged me and played with me for hours. Every day you kissed me and told me how much you loved me. When you took me outside to do my number ones and twos, you always …Continue reading A Sad Puppy Tale →