Paws for a thought

January 1999
Dog World;Jan1999, Vol. 84 Issue 1, p11
Reflects on some of the issues affecting pets. Several organizations that have made noteworthy efforts in developing and funding several canine genetic disease studies; Trends affecting pet ownership, health and mortality; Causes of canine deaths.


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