Hip Dysplasia in Dogs:Causes and Symptoms

Hip Dysplasia in dogs is a disease that affects the hip joint that attaches a dog’s hind leg to its body. The hip joint is a ball-and-socket joint with the ball portion being the head of the femur (the main … Continue reading

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Hip Dysplasia And Golden Retrievers

Hip dysplasia is a poor formation of the hip joints, which is a common growing disease with younger dogs of virtually every breed. With larger breeds, unsteady hip joints are common, although hip dysplasia can be a serious problem that … Continue reading

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Hip Dysplasia in Weimaraners

The Weimaraner is a relatively new breed of dog that dates back only to the 19th century. They were bred by noblemen of the Weimar court who wanted a breed that embodied a good sense of smell, strong intelligence, fearlessness … Continue reading

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Hip Dysplasia in Pointers

Hip dysplasia is a genetic disease that primarily affects large, purebred breeds of dogs such as Pointers. Pointers make excellent hunting dogs, but around the house they are well-behaved, protective, alert and extremely loyal animals. A well-trained Pointer will have … Continue reading

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Hip Dysplasia in Bulldogs

Bulldogs are dependable, loyal and obedient. They have remarkable patience and tolerance and get along very well with other dogs and young children. They are, unfortunately, susceptible to hip dyspasia. Bulldogs were bred in England for hundreds of years and … Continue reading

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