Meet Watch - our featured dog for the month of August in the 2020 Champions for Canine Health Calendar
An innovative pilot study was conducted at the North Carolina State University to study the role of Lactobacillus in canine epilepsy.
CHF-funded investigators are collaborating with Canine Companions for Independence to explore the cognitive characteristics of young puppies
Studying how spay/neuter and the loss of gonadal hormones may produce these adverse health effects will help veterinarians and dog owners make more informed and personalized decisions regarding if or when to spay/neuter a dog. Understanding the mechanisms of disease production may also provide opportunities to manage or prevent these adverse health effects.