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  1. Pit Bull Legal News
    Read more about How to Treat 4 Common Canine Skin Injuries and Irritations at PetGuide.com.
  2. Health & Nutrition
    Has anyone encounters this? I noticet red discoloration on my 18 months old Kyro canines..... There also seem to be slight lines. They don't appear to be bothering him though as he doesn't have any hesitation biting. Is that a big problem? Can he participate in conformation show with that...
  3. pitbull behavior
    I'm confused about my dogs body language. Ive been reading about canine communication and have been taking some notes about everyday body language. Recently I had a friend go out of town who needs me to watch his pitbulls for a week. He lives next door and I'm off all week so I've been bringing...
  4. Positive Pitbull News
    Pit Bull Receives 'Good Canine Award' for Saving Brooklyn Park Boy | KSTP TV - Minneapolis and St. Paul Updated: 03/17/2014 9:28 PM Created: 03/17/2014 10:30 AM KSTP.com By: Jennie Olson A Brooklyn Park dog received the mayor's Good Canine Award for saving the life of a young boy. Last...
  5. Bloodline Discussion
    This is a thread to discuss any and all CANINE genetics testing or other scientific testing. What I've presented are some disclosures to bring to light that Chinese, Celts/Vikings all were here before European discovery so to speak. Each civilization brought animals over and took animals back...
  6. General Discussion
    Posting this in the General Forum instead of the Health Forum because it is more of a debate/opinion than anything. Just FYI in case someone got organizational happy in the mod department lol ;) No, this isn't about the Bully World, but I am posting this because I was absolutely appalled...
  7. Conditioning
    i was inspired by the picture thread, "before and after your pit was in shape". i want to know the weekly work outs you and your pit dogand for how long. i rescue and rehome different dogs constantly, and some day i would like to own my own rescue. but right now my main focus is building muscle...
  8. Pictures
    Hey guys. A lot has changed sice I was on here last. Tyson has changed so much, he is really filling out nicely. He is 14 months now and so unbelievably loving- lol, he is convinced he's a lap dog. Here are some updated pics I took during playtime :pup . I am also getting my pup next month...
  9. Health & Nutrition
    Subject: Canine Congnitive Dysfunction Sat 31 May 2008 - 11:15 Canine Cognitive Dysfunction Strikingly similar to Alzheimer's Disease that affects humans, Canine Cognitive Dysfunction Syndrome affects the brain of elderly dogs, causing confusion, forgetfulness about many lifelong habits...
  10. Health & Nutrition
    Subject: Canine Degenerative Disk Disease Sat 31 May 2008 - 11:14 What is a disk, and what is its purpose? The spinal cord is one of the most important and most sensitive organs in the body. If it is traumatized, its cells will not regenerate; injuries usually result in permanent...
  11. Health & Nutrition
    Subject: Canine Ehrlichiosis Sat 31 May 2008 - 11:14 What is canine ehrlichiosis? Ehrlichiosis is an infectious disease of dogs. It first gained attention as a significant disease when military dogs returning from Vietnam during the 1970's were found to be infected. The disease seems to...
  12. Health & Nutrition
    Subject: Canine Hypothyroidism Sat 31 May 2008 - 11:13 What is the thyroid gland, and what does it do? The thyroid gland is one of the most important glands in the body. It is located in the neck near the trachea and is composed of two lobes, one on each side of the trachea (windpipe)...
  13. Health & Nutrition
    Subject: Canine Infectious Hepatitis Sat 31 May 2008 - 11:13 What is canine infectious hepatitis? The term "hepatitis" means inflammation of the liver. Canine infectious hepatitis is a specific disease of the liver that is caused by a virus of the Adenovirus family. Is this virus a...
  14. Health & Nutrition
    Subject: Canine Prostatic Disease Sat 31 May 2008 - 11:12 What is the prostate? The prostate (commonly mispronounced as "prostrate") is a gland located near the neck of the urinary bladder of male dogs. The urethra passes through it shortly after leaving the bladder. The purpose of the...
  15. Health & Nutrition
    Lymphoma in Dogs The “typical” canine lymphoma patient is a middle-aged dog brought to the veterinarian because one or more lumps have been found. The veterinarian rapidly determines that all of the peripheral lymph nodes (those near the skin surface) are enlarged and firm. Usually the dog has...
  16. Pit Bull Legal News
    Dog breed genetic tests put to the test! Dog breed genetic tests put to the test - VIN article copied below: July 10, 2012 By: Edie Lau For The VIN News Service What's my breed? To gauge the accuracy and consistency of canine DNA breed identification laboratory analyses marketed to curious...
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