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PetMD Editorial
Nov 29,2012

By Kerri Fivecoat-Campbell Pet parents with dogs that have suffered paralyzing spinal cord injuries know how heartbreaking it is to see their 4-legged kids struggle, even if they have specially designed wheels that help them to get around. That’s why a recent study that involved stem cell research… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Jul 11,2012

Two Year Battle for Dog’s Life Ends in Tears For the first five years of his life, Lennox, a stocky black dog living in Northern Ireland, had a happy and well-adjusted life. Caroline Barnes, his owner, was an old hand at raising dogs. She often had several foster dogs in the home, as she served as… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Feb 09,2011

A top 10 list of the most lovable dogs in the world? Well, not exactly. Alas, the geniuses at MIT have yet to partner with the AKC to develop a device that measures a pooch’s "lovability." So until such a device is invented, we here at PetMD have done the next best thing: compiled a list… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Feb 08,2011

MOSCOW - The president of Turkmenistan has ordered a beauty pageant where horses will strut their stuff in front of the Central Asian state's leadership, a presidential decree said. The pageant aims to preserve ancient pure horse breeds, "a pride of the people of Turkmenistan," local… Read More