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  1. AKC - American Kennel Club
    The American Kennel Club is a non-profit organization devoted to the advancement of purebred dogs. AKC is a “club of clubs”, comprised of over 500 member clubs and almost 5000 affiliated clubs. AKC maintains a registry of recognized breeds; adopts and enforces rules and regulations governing dog events; and fosters and encourages interest in, and the health and welfare of, purebred dogs. AKC also approves and maintains the official records of over 15,000 sanctioned and licensed events each year.
  2. American Dog Trainers Network
    A comprehensive, one-stop resource for dog owners, dog trainers, and the media. We offer dog training articles, safety tips, a recommended book list, seminars, and free referrals to reputable dog trainers, pet care services, associations and organizations throughout the United States. Our primary goal is to promote humane education, responsible pet care, and positive motivational dog training.
  3. Canine and Feline Nephrology and Urology Page
    by Katherine M. James, Veterinary Information Network, Davis, Ca.
    This website is provided to help everyone find quality information on Web about Veterinary Neprhrology and Urology.
  4. Canine Brain Atlas
    College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Minnesota.
    Provides access to 16 images of transverse sections of the dog brain, stained with luxol fast blue and cresyl violet. The images have interactive labels, identifying different areas of the brain.
  5. Canine Hip and Elbow Dysplasia Resources
    by Moc Klinkam; Rev. February 26, 2001
    These on-line resources provide valuable educational information about canine hip dysplasia and other common canine orthopedic diseases and conditions and their inheritance, diagnosis, and treatment. Most of these resources provide comprehensive, non-breed specific coverage of the topics
  6. Canine Inherited Disorders Database
    Atlantic Veterinary College, University of Prince Edward Island and Canadian Veterinary Medical Association. Project authors: Alice Crook, Brian Hill, Sue Dawson.
    This database hopes to reduce the incidence of inherited disorders in dogs by providing information to owners and breeders, and to facilitate the best management possible of these conditions by providing current information to veterinarians.
  7. Canine Lymphosarcoma
    Links, FAQs, informations, personal experience
  8. Canine Planar Anatomy Quiz
    Images of transverse, sagittal, and dorsal plane sections of cadavers are presented in a quiz format.
  9. CEN - Canine Epilepsy Network
    The site provides information for owners and breeders of affected dogs, veterinarians, neurologists, and researchers. With funding from the Committee on Research, College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Missouri-Columbia, the CEN Web site provides professionally authored information on canine epilepsy, details of on-going research projects, a CEN discussion forum and a facility for sending information and samples for DNA research.
  10. A Concise Guide to Infectious and Parasitic Diseases of Dogs and Cats
    G. R. Carter (Ed.). International Veterinary Information Service.
    IVIS Online book.
  11. Deafness in Cats and Dogs
    By George M. Strain.
    Information is provided on the various causes, types, and diagnoses of deafness in cats and dogs. In particular, details are provided on dog breeds with congenital deafness, hearing frequency range for dogs and other species, and the BAER test. A collection of links to related Web sites is available.
  12. Dog Info - Alphabetical Index
    Medical and behavioral problems in dogs, organized in many different topic pages.
  13. Dog Owner's Guide
    More than 300 pages of features, breed profiles, training tips, health information, and articles about shelters, rescue, dogs and the law, and just about everything else you need to know about living with your dog. You'll find articles to help you choose a breed, a breeder and a puppy; how to teach that puppy good manners, how to choose a veterinarian, a boarding kennel, a groomer, or a trainer, what to expect at a dog show, and much, much more.
  14. Encyclopedia of Canine Veterinary Medical Information
    By Michael Richards.
    The encyclopedia covers a variety of topics covering diseases which affect dogs, pet nutrition, tick and flea control, reproduction, surgical procedures, and many other topics relevant to canine veterinary medicine. There is a searchable A-Z index of conditions, which provides information and advice.
  15. Guide to Congenital and Heritable Disorders in Dogs
    Includes Genetic Predisposition to Diseases.
    Online book, publ. by the Association of Veterinarians for Animal Rights. Rev. March 2006.
  16. Informational Dog-Related Web Sites
    by Cindy Tittle Moore.
    Contents: Canine FAQ's; General Canine Sites; Breed Sites; Rescue, Shelters, and Related Information; Newsletters, Articles, Magazines, etc.; Pet Loss Sites; Activities; Medical Info; Dog Care Info; Clubs; Humor.
  17. Kampfhunde-Verordnungen
    Die meisten Bundesländer machen die Texte der neuen Verordnungen im Internet verfügbar. Auf dieser Seite finden Sie Links zu diesen Dokumenten.
  18. Parasites of the Dog
    University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine.
    Teaching resource on canine endoparasites. Information is provided on over 50 parasites and and topics covered for each parasite includes adult parasites, hosts, lifecycle, site where adult parasite is found in host, diagnosis, clinical signs and treatment. Includes images.
  19. PetEducation - Dogs
    Articles describe general health care and infectious, metabolic, nutritional, autoimmune, neoplastic (cancerous) and inherited diseases and disorders of dogs.
  20. Reisebestimmungen bei Hund und Katze
    Einreisebestimmungen von 47 Ländern für Hunde und Katzen. Stand: Mai 2001.
  21. Sebadenitis - Hautkrankheit bei Hunden
    Website von Beate Puerner. Enthaelt Infos zur Sebadenitis, die vielen Tieraerzten nicht gelaeufig sein duerfte. Oft dauert es daher recht lange, ehe diese Krankheit erkannt wird. Man kann sie bis heute nicht heilen. Es gibt aber gute Chancen, ihre Symptome zu lindern.
  22. Tierschutz-Hundeverordnung
    vom 2. Mai 2001.
  23. VetCancer Registry
    "The VetCancer Registry collects data about neoplasia in cats and dogs; it includes only cases diagnosed by histopathology. The data are basic, but are in a format that allows you to easily manipulate it to discover trends in animal cancer, to pool data with other clinicians and for further research. Any veterinarian may submit a case through the web site. We hold the case as pending and enter it into the database as soon as we receive a necropsy, biopsy, or cytology report confirming the diagnosis."
  24. The Visible Animal Viewer
    Tierärztliche Fakultät, Ludwig-Maximilian-Universität München.
    Diese Web-Seiten sind vom NPAC Visible Human Viewer abgeleitet und erlauben es, unter Zuhilfenahme der Bilddaten des "Visible Animal Projects", hochauflösende Bilder von zweidimensionalen Schnittbildern eines Hundes auszuwählen und zu betrachten.
  25. Wesenstest für Hunde
    Niedersächsisches Ministerium für Ernährung, Landwirtschaft und Forsten.
    Das Dokument enthält die vollständig erarbeitete Fassung, bestehend aus Einführung, Besitzerfragebogen, Testsituation, Bewertungsskala und Erläuterungen zum Verhalten von Hunden. 3. Aufl. März 2003.


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