At Kansas State
College of Veterinary Medicine is a tremendous resource for news articles.
K-State's media relations office maintains a pet health web page I hope
find helpful and informative.
I also maintain a low-volume mailing list on pet health topics.
subscribers get the information first, before it is posted to the Media
Relations and Marketing web page. To subscribe, send mail to email@example.com
The body of the message
should read SUBSCRIBE K-State_Pets YOUR REAL NAME.Animal
Please substitute your own name.
Blind dogs Resources for owners
of blind dogs. Here's a vest
fitted with a "halo" to keep blind dogs from
bumping into objects.
notes from Purdue University.
- Dog Owner's Guide by Kathleen R. Hutton, DVM
Bloat links from Great
Dane people. Especially see the article on nutrition and bloat by Linda
University of Pennsylvania Cancer Center. This is a tremendous
Another cancer link
Canines in Crisis Site
for dogs with serious health problems such as cancer.
Canine Sports Productions
Dr. Chris Zink's website.
Streptococcal Toxic Shock Syndrome
Veterinary Information, Food and Drug Administration search page.
MyelopathyA DM site from the United Kingdom
Newsmagazine breaking news.
Drugs - Online
Reference Of Veterinary Drugs from Internet Vets.
in German Shepherd Dogs
Everything you need to know about this condition.
My article on UAP, along with links to other sites about the various forms
of elbow dysplasia.
replacement surgery A veterinarian at Iowa State University
patented an elbow replacement surgery.
as a form of epilepsy
Syndrome in Dogs
Feeding: switching to a
home prepared raw diet
database for evaluating various foods.
and chondroitin supplements
genetics page at Dog Infomat.
Hypertrophic Osteodystrophy (HOD)
System and Disease Resistance by W. Jean Dodds, DVM. An article on
more common in warm, wet weather. This is my article on lepto symptoms
National Animal Poison
Center. Reminder of an alternative: You can phone K-State's animal
poison control center
with no consultation charge. The only cost is what you pay for your
phone call to your service provider. K-State's pet poison hotline
number is 785-532-5679. This hotline is staffed 24/7 by veterinarians at
University's College of Veterinary Medicine. There is no charge for
the phone consultation. Keep the number handy in case of an emergency!
Orthopedic Foundation for Animals
Pannus, an eye
problem that occurs primarily in German shepherd dogs.
columns from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign College of
poisons and what to do in an emergency, from Working Dog.
Lupoid Onychodystrophy in Dogs: A Retrospective Analysis of 18 Cases
Protocol - Dr. Jean Dodds
Wheelchairs for dogs
K-9 Cart Company,
makers of lightweight carts for paraplegic animals.