Health & Genetics
What if dogs are really kissing cousins to wolves, not direct descendants? Dawn of the Dog author Jan Koler-Matznick reveals new research or origins of dogs
Candace Croney is a very accomplished scientist who teaches on ethics and animals welfare at Purdue University. So when a representative from the Indiana commercial dog breeders reached out asking for her help to develop better standards of care for their dogs, she was understandably leery.
Canine Herpes can potentially be in 70% of our dogs and cause puppy fatalities. Listen to Dr. Jean Dodds on Pure Dog Talk talk about detection, prevention, and actions for Canine Herpes.
Dr. Marty Greer is both a vet and an attorney, and speaks with Laura Reeves about cancer links to early spay and neuter, Pink Paw, and Canine Companions for Independence.
Eddie Dziuk has led OFA for the last 16 years, including implementation and growth of the Canine Health Information Center (CHIC) originally envisioned by the delegate body. CHIC’s “test and tell” protocol has enabled more than 100,000 dogs to earn a CHIC number.
Dr. Jean Dodds – All About Canine Vaccinations In Pure Dog Talk Episode #120, we talk with Dr. Jean Dodds about the canine vaccination controversy and her recommendations to consider for your dog. Hemopet and Canine Vaccinations Protocols, Q & A, and further information on canine vaccinations from Jean Dodds can be found at…
The thyroid gland is a “master gland.” It is regulated by the pituitary gland. Eighty percent of processing of thyroid hormone occurs in liver. Individual animals might have primary hypothyroidism in which the thyroid gland itself is not functioning properly or secondary hypothyroidism, in which the organs which process the hormone are not working.
In Part 2 of Pure Dog Talk’s Dr. Jean Dodds series, Jean discusses Wholistic Medicine, food as medicine, and how to test your dog for food sensitivities.
In this episode #114 Saving Dog’s Lives: Canine Blood Bank, Dr. Jean Dodds introduces us to how the first canine blood bank originated. Jean packs an immense quantity of breeder information on blood types, herpes, plasma and more in this episode that I can’t begin to summarize it all… you will just have to listen!
First Aid for Dogs: Bloat, Shock, Heatstroke, Snakebite First Aid for Dogs, Part 2 with Dr. Cynthia Heiller, DVM What conditions require immediate veterinary attention and how to recognize them can be the difference between survival or not. First Aid for Dogs – Bloat Bloat is extremely time sensitive and requires veterinary care within an…