Science & Your Dog

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Alphabet Soup explains why genes have such weird names.

DNA Fatigue explains why submitting DNA samples from your dog again and again is important to research and canine health.

Looking at Life investigates the value of long-term canine health studies.

Not Always Clean and Simple, What Are They Looking For?, and When Worlds Collide provide insight into the often confusing and frustrating world of research and why supporting canine health research is vital.

One Medicine:  Disease can hit us all, no matter what our species.  This article from The Bark (Spring 2013) gives an excellent overview of this growing concept in research and treatment and what it means for our dogs and for us.  “Species-Spanning Medicine” by John Woestendiek