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Health Resources

This pdf has links to health resources dealing with the various canine health issues.  You may “copy and paste” the link into your browser or hit Ctrl+click on the link to be taken to the resource you wish to see.

CLICK HERE FOR:  HEALTH RESOURCES

Below is a listing of the topics that have links to up-to-date information on the Health Resources pdf above.

LIBRARY OF TRAINING ISSUES

EPILEPSY AND SEIZURES

ORTHOPEDIC DISEASES

              LUXATING PATELLAS

             OFA ON LUXATING PATELLAS

            OFA WEBSITE 

SKIN DISEASES

            SKIN ALLERGY

DIABETES

            DIABETES IN DOGS

            LEARN MORE ABOUT DIABETES CARE

            AUBURN UNIVERSITY CANINE DIABETES

            DIABETES SUPPORT GROUPS

            CANINE DIABETES SUPPORT GROUP – FACEBOOK

 

LIVING WITH DOGS WITH DISABILITIES 

CANINE HYPOTHYROIDISM

EYE DISORDERS

            CANINE EYE REGISTRATION FOUNDATION (CERF)

            CATARACTS

            PROGRESSIVE RETINAL ATROPHY (PRA)

            CURRENT RESEARCH IN PROGRESSIVE  RETINAL  ATROPHY

            SUDDEN ACQUIRED RETINAL DEGENERATION (SARD) 

AMERICAN VETERINARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION (AVMA) 

CORNELL VET CONSULTANT 

LOTS OF DIFFERENT CANINE DISEASES, SKIN, ORTHOPEDIC. ETC. 

CANINE INHERITED DISEASES DATABASE 

NATURAL NUTRITION FOR DOGS 

NATURAL HEALTH FOR DOGS

We try to keep these resources up to date.

However, if you find that any of these resources are no longer available, please email the webmaster.

**DISCLAIMER**  Any information contained on this website relating to any medical, health, and fitness conditions of Australian Terriers and their treatment is for informational purposes only.  It is not meant to be a substitute for the advice from your own veterinarian.  The information shown on this website should not be used for diagnosing your Aussie’s health.  You should always consult your own veterinarian.

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