Osteochondritis Dissecans: Dog Bones Disorder

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In any joint in the body, two bones come together and movement is allowed between them, there is an exceptionally smooth area of cartilage covers in surface of each bone which acts as a cushion and protects the underlying bone. If anything disrupts this smooth cartilage surface, movement of the joint becomes painful, this is called Osteochondritis Dissecans. Read the rest of this entry »

Eating Disorder

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We have this old dog. He’s part Siberian Husky and part Great Pyrenees. He lives to run. And he’s skinny and lean and strong, even though he’s pretty old. He has taught us a lot about how to control weight and stay in good shape. People love to eat. Normally, you eat five times a day at breakfast, lunch, dinner and two snacks in between. Really, that’s a lot of food. However, some people eat more than five times especially when they have friends with them. Read the rest of this entry »

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