And perhaps not surprisingly, that figure breaks down along generational lines.
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A new collaborative study using DNA tests of nearly 50,000 dogs across 227 breeds found that the average inbreeding was close to 25%.
A groundbreaking global survey of 16,000 pet owners and 1,200 small-animal veterinarians reveals that the human-animal bond (HAB) is a win-win for both: it improves pet health and Human Health.
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A new study by researchers at Tufts University sheds light on the connection between canine dilated cardiomyopathy and diet. And peas are still a possible culprit.
New research indicates that commercially available dog food made with human-grade ingredients results in less fecal output than kibble-based dog food.