Autism in Dogs? August 2022
Oh Maggie, My Maggie June 2022
Food Preference Tests in Our Own Homes March 2022
Feeding Smart–Book Review February 2022
Five Reasons That Dogs Become Holiday Grinches December 2021
Paws and Effect February 2021
“Recovery Collars” After Surgery–Do They Work? January 2021
Why Aren’t Dogs Bothered More By Masks? August 2020
Dog Parks: The Controversy, and Out of Africa Part II February 2020
Slimmer Dogs, Longer Lives. January 2020
Overweight Dogs & Healthy Holiday Food December 2019
Spay-Neuter or De Sex? September 2019
Dogs and Happiness July 2019
Quiet, Please September 2018
Detecting Subtle Injuries, Dr. Chris Zink at APDT October 2017
What does “Licking” Mean? November 2015
Making the Medicine Go Down: Giving a Dog a Pill January 2015
fMRI on Dogs: Too Wonderful! June 2012
Your Dog Has a Brain in His Gut December 2011
Aromatherapy for Dogs? October 2011
The Nail Wars August 2011
Bad News! Dogs are Dangerous! January 2011
Let’s Be Careful Out There – Dogs and Mushrooms October 2010
Low Stress Handling July 2010
Veterinarians on the Front Lines October 2009
A Fully Functional Tooth? September 2009
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