Dogs and Science
One of the most common questions about dog vision is — are dogs colorblind? Do dogs see in black-and-white or what colors can they and can’t they see? We’ve got answers to your dog vision questions.
Hypothyroidism in dogs, or underactive thyroid in dogs, affects metabolism, energy and physical appearance. Learn more and find out what you can do.
Cremation or a burial isn’t the only option when your dog passes. Find out how you could donate your dog’s body and potentially save canine lives.
A form of malocclusion where a dog’s teeth don’t have their usual scissored fit, an underbite is actually a normal feature in some short-muzzled dogs. Let’s learn more about dogs with undershot jaws!
We’ve all seen the blue-black tongue of the Shar Pei and Chow Chow. Why do other dogs have black spots on their tongues? Is dog tongue color change a cause for concern?
Is your senior dog’s once-stentorian bark starting to sound hoarse or weak? Are they less energetic? Let’s look at the canine voice box, or larynx, and examine laryngeal paralysis, a potentially debilitating condition.
The study, published in “Science of the Total Environment,” also found that a canned dog food it included that claimed to be BPA-free was actually not.
Have the most ancient dogs in the world really been around for millennia? What is the difference between ancient, primitive, and extinct dogs? Let’s try and untangle these mysteries!
The 8-year-old dog was facing humane euthanasia when his pet parents sought out the treatment, Lymphocyte T-Cell Immunomodulator. Now he’s running and jumping!
Cynophobia is the fear of dogs. Calling any phobia “weird” or “silly” dismisses issues and symptoms that are very real. What causes people to be afraid of dogs? Is it treatable?