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Did Barbra Streisand Set A Bad Example By Cloning Her Dog?

Late last month, Barbra Streisand revealed that two of her three puppies are clones of her deceased Coton du Tulear, Samantha. In an op-ed for the New York Times, Streisand explained that her decision was largely motivated by a friend who had cloned his former pet, “and I was very impressed with that dog.” She […]

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If Your Dog Eats Poop, Blame Ancient Wolves

Regardless of how “natural” the behavior may be, dog owners are understandably horrified to see their pets eating poop. Not only does it seem undeniably unhealthy, but there is also no concrete scientific explanation for why a trained, socialized pet would do such a thing. Not As Unhealthy As You Think Before exploring potential answers, […]

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4 Popular Home Remedies For Itchy Skin In Dogs

Itchy skin is one of the most common health problems for dogs, largely because it can be triggered by so many things. If fleas or ticks are not the culprit, your dog’s skin might have become inflamed, infected or excessively dry thanks to allergies, yeast, or dust mites. Some dogs have allergies to seemingly harmless […]

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China Produces First Ever Gene-Edited Cloned Dog

Chinese scientists have reportedly cloned the world’s first dog from a gene-edited donor in an attempt to find a cure for disease. Atherosclerosis cardiovascular disease (ACD) is a blood-clotting disorder that causes heart attacks and strokes by building up fatty material that thickens artery walls. The number one cause of death around the world, ACD […]

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Finding the Perfect Dog Breed for Your Family

Adding a new four-legged family member is a big decision that shouldn’t be taken lightly. Different breeds are known for some fairly strong traits that you’ll want to mesh with your family’s unique personalities in order to make the addition the best fit for everyone involved. Some dog breeds have dominant personalities, which can create […]

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Massive Study Says Dog Ownership Increases Lifespan

Many studies have suggested that owning a dog is good for your health. One found that newborns who grew up with dogs were less likely to get sick, while another revealed that children with dogs in their households are less stressed. Dogs can apparently improve the health of senior citizens as well, largely because of […]

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Happy the Yorkie fights dog cancer

Happy is the oldest of our four yorkie babies. He just turned 10 years old in June. Two years ago, on his birthday, our vet called us with devastating news. Happy was diagnosed with stomach and intestine cancer, and only had two weeks to live. My husband and I were stunned but decided not to give up. I […]

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Amazing liver disease recovery from down under

Australia is famous for its wildlife, and the hazards that come with it. Chelsie, an Australian Silky Terrier, has quite a story to tell. She once had an unpleasant encounter with a snake, and after a great fight in intensive care with a temperature of 41.9 C, Luc, his dad, is lucky to still have […]

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Nine-year old chihuahua mix overcomes terrible coughing Problem with Throat Gold

Janet’s nine-year old chihuahua mix coped with a lot of health problems, including a collapsed trachea, an enlarged heart and a congestive heart failure. The poor dog also suffered terrible coughing. “It used to be that she would cough uncontrollably after drinking water,” says this mom, based in San Jose, California. “It worried us so […]

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BM Tone-up Gold helps older lab

Suzi rescues older large dogs. This resident of San Jose, California, has a big heart for Labs. Over the years, she has researched different ways to help her dogs that were struggling with diarrhea. Suzi’s most recently rescue dog is a 13-year-old lab who had been poorly treated and had been starved. Now the poor […]

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