PennHIP incorporates a new method for evaluating the integrity of the canine hip. Their mission is to develop and apply evidence-based technology to direct appropriate breeding strategies aimed at reducing in frequency and severity the osteoarthritis of canine hip dysplasia. Visit the PennHIP website to learn more about the common conditions that affect canines’ hips, and read more about the various methods and advancements that are being made in terms of reducing these problems and creating more healthy, happy dogs as a result.
Orthopedic Foundation for Animal’s mission is to improve the health and well being of companion animals through a reduction in the incidence of genetic disease, namely hip dysplasia. The organization has also begun to expand into other inherited diseases as well as other companion animals such as cats. The OFA databases serve all breeds of dogs and cats, and provide breeders a means to respond to the challenge of improving the genetic health of their breed through better breeding practices. You can view these databases and learn more about the organization by visiting the OFA website.
Don’s Pet Care & Training Center provides the greater Ogden, UT area with professional puppy training classes. Don’s Pet Care & Training Center is also available to assist the public with all questions and concerns involving dog ownership and care and to provide education to owners for better pet care. They offer basic puppy obedience training, available as group classes or in private lessons within their large, indoor training facility. A well-trained puppy develops into a well-behaved and much loved member of the family, so set up your training session today!
Utah dog trainer Chris Krantz of K-9 Leadership Training believes that as pet owners, we shape our dogs by what we do and don’t do. It isn’t that your dog won’t listen to you, it’s that you haven’t trained your dog to focus and value what you are saying. K-9 Leadership offers affordable, common sense dog training in the convenience of your Utah home. Services include private lessons followed up with group sessions. Discounts are available for multiple dogs. Visit the website to learn more.
Since 1991, VIN has been the number one online veterinary destination – and always has been and always will be — for veterinarians, by veterinarians. The VIN site features databases, message boards, conference rooms, online proceedings, and much more. VIN focuses on bringing together veterinarians “world-wide” as colleagues, bringing instant access to vast amounts of up-to-date veterinary information to colleagues, and bringing instant access to “breaking news” that affects veterinarians, their patients and their practice.