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*  Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy on Wolf hunting
Hunting with dogs. Main article: Wolf hunting with dogs Several dog breeds known as wolfhounds have been bred for the purpose ... Wolf hunting with dogs. References. * ^ a b c "Statement by Valerius Geist pertaining to the death of Kenton Carnegie" (PDF). ... The Natural History of Dogs: Canidæ Or Genus Canis of Authors. Including Also the Genera Hyæna and Proteles by Charles Hamilton ... Main article: Dog meat It is rare for wolves to be hunted for food, though historically, people have resorted to consuming wolf ...
http://hitchhikersgui.de/Wolf_hunting
*  Belgian Malinois vs German Shepherd
They are high on the list of most popular dog breeds in the world, coming it as the 2nd most popular breed in the US and 4th ... Keep in mind that if you introduce a full size dog is big enough to knock over a small child if they are not used to being ... It is also always a good idea for children to be properly coached and taught how to approach a dog so as to avoid issues. ... Given that the German Shepherd is a large breed, introducing a full grown dog into a family with young kids, could prove to be ...
http://www.dogsbynina.com/the-top-15-best-hypo-allergenic-dog-breeds-that-dont-shed/belgian-malinois-vs-german-shepherd/
*  Canine Hip Dysplasia Overview
... canine hip dysplasia'. Other articles provide deeper info & photos/illustrations. ... An article introducing hip dysplasia issues in dogs, otherwise known as ' ... Canine Hip Dysplasia Overview. Home » Dog Health » Hip Dysplasia » Canine Hip Dysplasia Overview ... In non-affected dogs, the hip joint fits together snugly and smoothly. In dogs with dysplasia of the hips, however, the head of ...
https://www.nzymes.com/dog/hip-dysplasia/canine-hip-dysplasia/
*  McKenzie Wolf | Wolf Song of Alaska
The Origin Of Dogs - Biogenetic Engineering * In Taming Dogs, Humans May Have Sought a Meal ...
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*  Animals | Free Full-Text | Gold Bead Implantation in Acupoints for Coxofemoral Arthrosis in Dogs: Method Description and...
The dogs in the gold implantation group were radiographed 18 months later. Of the 30 dogs that were radiographed at both ... compared to six dogs in the placebo group. During implantation, a technical difficulty occurred as 82% of the dogs showed ... Eighty dogs were randomly allocated to treatment or placebo, with 38 in the gold implantation group and 42 in the placebo group ... Adverse effects, measured as pain or discomfort, were seen for a period of up to four weeks in 15 of the dogs in the gold ...
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*  103 Wolf Factoids | Wolf Song of Alaska
56) Wolves are often confused with Indian dogs, huskies, malemutes and German Shepherd Dogs ... 53) Wolves breed only once a year; most dogs breed twice (54) In addition to the wolf (Canis lupus ), the genus Canis also ... 32) The canine teeth "interlock" so the wolf can grip and hang on to struggling prey ... 36) The hair of the wolf is shed in the spring and summer and sheds out in sheets unlike most dogs ...
http://wolfsongalaska.org/chorus/?q=node/24
*  Canine Hip Dysplasia
Not all dogs with hip dysplasia are affected to the same degree, nor will all dogs show clinical signs. On the other hand, dogs ... In affected dogs, the ball of the femur sits loosely in the socket of the hip and the weight of the dog causes abnormal wear on ... Eventually, dogs with CHD develop arthritis of the hips which may lead to crippling of the rear limbs. Certain breeds of dogs ... Dogs with CHD are evaluated according to the severity of the x-ray findings. Mild hip dysplasia is identified in dogs in which ...
http://worldclassgsd.com/Pet_Disease_Allergies/Canine_Hip_Dysplasia.htm
*  Hunting Season Re-opens for Once-Endangered Gray Wolves - Redorbit
Gray wolves in the northern Rocky Mountains no longer have immunity to hunters in the region, as the Federal Endangered Species Act protection was removed on Friday.. The news has encouraged environmentalists to draw up plans to sue the federal government next month in hopes of extending the protection of approximately 1,500 gray wolves.. Last month, Lynn Scarlett, Deputy Secretary of the Interior said the gray wolf population was thriving and no longer required the protection of the Endangered Species Act.. "The wolf population in the Northern Rockies has far exceeded its recovery goal and continues to expand its size and range. States, tribes, conservation groups, federal agencies and citizens of both regions can be proud of their roles in this remarkable conservation success story," said Scarlett.. As a result, hunters in Idaho will be allowed to kill 100-300 wolves this fall, according to a plan from the Idaho Fish and Game Commission caused by reports of livestock deaths in the region due ...
http://www.redorbit.com/news/science/1318730/hunting_season_reopens_for_onceendangered_gray_wolves/
*  Hip Dysplasia: Is Your Pet Suffering?
It is a congenital condition and is the leading cause of lameness occurring in the rear legs of dogs. CHD is common in dogs, ... particularly in certain large and giant breeds, although smaller dogs and cats can suffer from the condition as well. ... crippling disease that causes a dog's hip to weaken, deteriorate, and become arthritic. ... Canine hip dysplasia (CHD) is a genetic, painful, ... However, it can occur in dogs whose parents do not have Canine ...
http://www.arthritis-cats-dogs.com/article-detail.php?ID=67
*  Heartworm Disease: The Science, The Practice, The Future - Part 1 - BugBitten
Dogs: The dog is a natural host for heartworms, which means that heartworms that live inside the dog mature into adults, mate ... Dogs: In the early stages of the disease, many dogs show few symptoms or no symptoms at all. The longer the infection persists ... Active dogs, dogs heavily infected with heartworms, or those with other health problems often show pronounced clinical signs. ... Dogs with large numbers of heartworms can develop a sudden blockage of blood flow within the heart leading to a life- ...
http://blogs.biomedcentral.com/bugbitten/2017/12/05/heartworm-disease-the-science-the-practice-the-future-part-1/
*  The Survey of Infection Rate of Stray Dogs in Tabriz (Iran) to Dirofilaria immitis - WSAVA2004 - VIN
60 dogs (between 1- 4 years olds) were caught by strychnine poisoned meat and were necropsied. In examination of hearts of dogs ... Dirofilaria immitis, the canine heartworm, is one of the most important filaroids parasite in carnivores. The dog and its close ... The intensity of infection in old dogs was much greater than those of young dogs. Because of high prevalence of Dirofilaria ... The Survey of Infection Rate of Stray Dogs in Tabriz (Iran) to Dirofilaria immitis ...
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*  Canine Hip Dysplasia | Hip Dysplasia in Dogs
Young dogs with evidence of hip arthritis are not ideal candidates for TPO/DPO, nor are dogs with very severe hip laxity. Dogs ... Dogs in Group 1 generally do not respond as well to medical treatment as the dogs in Group 2. For this reason, surgery by a ... Canine Hip Dysplasia (CHD) is a condition that forms in dogs as they grow and results in instability or a loose fit (laxity) of ... Generally, dogs with CHD are divided into two groups showing signs of CHD:. *Group 1: Younger dogs without arthritis, but with ...
http://vetspecialists.com/canine-hip-dysplasia/
*  What Is Hip Dysplasia in Dogs? - 1800PetMeds®
Hip dysplasia in dogs causes severe pain and immobility. If your dog has hip dysplasia, he or she will struggle to do normal ... Canine hip dysplasia is a form of arthritis in dogs. ... Dog. Dog Categories. Flea & Tick Heartworm Pain Joints ... Hip Dysplasia in Dogs. The word "dysplasia" means abnormal growth or structure. If your dog has canine hip dysplasia, the leg ... Canine hip dysplasia is a problem for dogs and their owners because it causes severe pain and immobility. If your dog has hip ...
https://www.1800petmeds.com/education/hip-dysplasia-dogs-2.htm
*  Doggy Info | The Puppy Nanny
What to do? 2) Canine hip dysplasia… chapter 2 3) More talk about canine hip dysplasia It has been some time since I last wrote ... "I Love My Dog"…Beyond Words. Written by judethepuppynanny on August 19, 2013. · Leave a Comment ... I think she may have been growling at the dog in my car some 20+ feet away but in any event, I gave up with the comment that it ... As you can probably imagine, I am always on the lookout for puppies and/or dogs. Sometimes because I want to meet them. ...
http://www.judethepuppynanny.com/category/doggy-info/
*  Heartworm Disease - Animal Wellness Center Blog
The veterinary profession has done an outstanding job educating dog owners about the danger of heartworm infection in dogs. We ... Cats are exposed to heartworm infection from the bite of a mosquito just as dogs are, but because they are not a natural host ... We have a straight forward, reliable test for dogs but the diagnosis in cats usually requires a number of tests, chest ... We are writing to notify you of the emerging outbreak of Canine Influenza Virus in Minnesota, and the preventive measures that ...
http://animalwellnessmg.com/blog/categories/listings/heartworm-disease
*  Hip Dysplasia | RavenWyn Shelties
Canine Hip Dysplasia Corina •December 28, 2014Canine Health, Pet Health, Sheltie Breeders, Shelties, Shetland Sheepdogs Canine ... Dog Shows 101 , Your Guide to Dog Shows Herding With Shelties What Purebred Really Means Debarking Myths & Facts Training ... Lately I have been further researching Canine Hip Dysplasia (CHD). This has been quite a challenge when wading through the many ... Introducting a New Cat to Your Dog? Read this… January 19, 2013 ...
http://ravenwyn.com/blog/tag/hip-dysplasia/
*  Canine Hip Dysplasia | Animal Care Centers
Canine Hip Dysplasia Hip dysplasia is a genetic disorder in which dogs have a poor fitting hip joint. This ball and socket ... Dogs with severe hip dysplasia typically develop lameness by two years of age. Dogs with less severe cases may not experience ... Dogs with hip dysplasia should not live a sedentary lifestyle that is free of exercise. By carefully allowing your dog to ... Another precautionary measure is to keep your dog out of the cold. Don't allow your dog to sleep in a drafty area, as the cold ...
http://animalcarectrs.com/tip/canine-hip-dysplasia/
*  Parasite of the Day: January 21 - Dirofilaria immitis
Heartworm, Dirofilaria immitis, is a filarial nematode parasite that usually infects dogs or other canines, but can also infect ... dog (8) ectoparasite (55) edible (7) elephant (4) eye (10) fish (58) frog (9) fungus (32) hemiparasite (4) holoparasite (12) ... Although most dogs do not show signs of infection, in some cases worms can cause issues and need to be treated. However the ... Some studies have shown that the bacteria may contribute to the pathology of the heartworm in dogs, however. Similar results ...
http://dailyparasite.blogspot.com/2010/01/january-21-dirofilaria-immitis.html
*  MI UP: Wet spring could affect wolf population estimates | Timber Wolf Information Network
"Canine distemper is not anything new, but it does seem to be at a peak," Roell said. "Maybe it will taper off. Those are things ...
http://www.timberwolfinformation.org/mi-up-wet-spring-could-affect-wolf-population-estimates/
*  Wolves in Surprising Locations | Wolf Song of Alaska
The Origin Of Dogs - Biogenetic Engineering * In Taming Dogs, Humans May Have Sought a Meal ...
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*  Oklahoma State University study reveals better method to test cats for heartworm infections | news.sys-con.com
In fact, heartworm antigen tests have been considered much less reliable in cats than dogs. The lack of antigen detection has ... "When antigen based assays were first developed for detecting canine heartworm, the serum was pre-treated with heat or acid to ... destroy immune complexes prior to testing, as they were recognized as inhibiting detection of antigen in some canine samples," ...
http://news.sys-con.com/node/2924778
*  The Relation between Canine Hip Dysplasia, Genetic Diversity and Inbreeding by Breed
Pfahler, S. and Distl, O. (2012) Identification of Quantitative Trait Loci (QTL) for Canine Hip Dysplasia and Canine Elbow ... Canine Hip Dysplasia in the German Population of German Shepherd Dogs. Berl Munch Tierarztl Wochenschr, 121, 102-109. ... Breeds with a higher proportion of dogs with CHD have a higher CHD breed average score and a lower mean NA. This finding was ... Canine hip dysplasia (CHD) is related to single nucleotide polymorphisms in a relatively large number of quantitative trait ...
http://file.scirp.org/Html/1-2280153_45804.htm
*  A History of The Red Wolf | Wolf Song of Alaska
There was one confirmed wolf kill on a hunting dog. No one witnessed the incident but a photo was taken of the mauled body and ... and there was an absence of coyotes and feral dogs (Parker 1989). In 1986, four pairs of red wolves were brought to the refuge ... This definition may not ring true for the canine family because it is too restrictive (Wayne and Gittleman 1995). Many members ... Nowak investigated 15 cranial and dental characteristics of domestic dogs, red wolves, coyotes, and gray wolves (Wayne and ...
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*  bone+marrow+and+JOINT+ANATOMY - Joint Anatomy Other critters Canine hip dysplasia Osteoarthritis Progressive degenerative joint...
Joint Anatomy Other critters Canine hip dysplasia Osteoarthritis Progressive degenerative joint ... Osteoarthritis • Progressive degenerative joint dysfunction • Usually in performance horses or dogs that have had "success" at ...
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*  Dog Grooming Tips | ASPCA
Read on for ways to keep your dog's fur, skin, nails, teeth, ears and paws healthy and clean. ... Have you ever watched your dog roll on the ground, lick her coat or chew at her fur? These are her ways of keeping clean. ... Helping Dogs with Sensitive Feet. Some dogs don't like to have their feet touched, so it's always a good idea to get your dog ... Isolation of dogs with even the most severe cases is still felt to be unnecessary. Though in rare circumstances, dog-to-dog ...
https://www.aspca.org/pet-care/dog-care/dog-grooming-tips