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Health Issues

General
Ginnie.com - a whole compendium of links, great health links section.
Louise's Health Stuff
Worms
Wobblers
Addison's Disease
Displaysia
Thyroid
Cherry Eye







Genetics/Breeding

Genetic Diseases and Problems That Run in Breeds
Canine Genetic Primer
Practical Genetics for Dog Breeders

The Nature of Genetic Disease

Canine Gene project

A New Age: Veterinary Molecular Genetics
Sue Ann Bowling's page on animal color genetics
White Boxers and Deafness by Bruce Cattanach (American Boxer Club site)
The Genetic Tide Continues to Swell-Will DNA marker research stop the flood? - Dr. Jeffrey Bragg
The Price of Popularity: Popular Sires and Population Genetics -
C.A. Sharp
VetGen - Genetic testing and DNA database service
GenTest - another testing and DNA databse service in Australia
Genetic Load - Dr. John B. Armstrong
The Nature of Genetic Disease - Dr. John B. Armstrong
Eliminating Genetic Disease - Gary F. Mason
White Deafness In Australian Shepherds
The Working Dogs Book Store - BREEDING/GENETICS
Inbreeding, Linebreeding and Crossbreeding
Genetic Testing: A Guide for Breeders- Mary Whiteley, Ph.D.
To breed or Not to breed? That is the Question! - Jill Swedlow
Inbreeding and Diversity - Dr. John B. Armstrong
A Genetic Primer for Breeders -
Dr. John B. Armstrong
The Argument for Assortative Mating - Dr. John B. Armstrong
Demystifying Inbreeding Coefficients -
Dr. John B. Armstrong
The Value of Population Genetics to the Breeder - Dr. John B. Armstrong
Diversity and the Purebred Dog -
Dr. John B. Armstrong

Breeding - Dogs or Pedigrees? -
Dr. Catherine Marley
Genetic Diversity: The Dark Side of Inbreeding - Dr. Catherine Marley
Purebred Dog Breeds into the Twenty-First Century-Achieving Genetic Health for Our Dogs - Dr. Jeffrey Bragg
The Great Striptease Show or Understanding Dane Coat Color -
Jill Evans
Control of Genetic Disease

Low Cost Spay/Neuter
PupTent
Oregon Neutermobile
Lane County Spay/Neuter Clinic





In order to really enjoy a dog, one doesn't merely train him to be semi-human.
The point of it is to open oneself to the possibilty of becoming part dog.  
-- Edward Hoagland

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