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July 9 2013  Subscribe

Canine Athletes Are at Risk for ‘ST,’ plus Rest Stop Observations

Editor Susan Chaney interviews a diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Surgeons to learn about a serious shoulder injury that affects canine athletes. A front limp could signal that a particular tendon has been torn, requiring specialized treatment followed by very limited activity. Discover how an accurate diagnosis and early care are critical for a dog’s chance for recovery.

Many dog show exhibitors crisscross the U.S. while traveling with their dogs, and most have a story or two they like to share. Contributing writer Deb Eldredge, D.V.M., has learned a few things about life on the open road, and today she’s letting readers in on some of her observations about rest stops. Find out where rattlesnakes greet the visitors and where free biscuits are available for the dogs.

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Dan Sayers
Editor in Chief

Rest Stop Observations Across the U.S.
By Deb Eldredge, D.V.M.

Having driven from upstate New York to AKC/Eukanuba in Long Beach, Calif., twice and to Portland, Ore., for the Belgian Tervuren National this year, I have visited a number of rest stops along the main routes. Let me share some wisdom and observations. more

Supraspinatus Tendinopathy Puts Dogs on the Sidelines
By Susan Chaney

A limping dog is always a concern. After all, our canine companions need their legs for every aspect of their lives – from eating to exercising to eliminating. Most of the time, a slight limp seems to clear up within a day or so. And our dogs go on as before. more


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Karl Donvil
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Dog Show Poop
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